ISS capture by AAAP member

by John Miller

Fellow AAAP member, John Harding, sent this ISS image he shot some years ago (he describes just below). Grab your camera and tripod for the next flyby.  Contest time! Send in your entries to secretary@princetonastronomy.org by August 15, 2021 and we will declare a winner in the September issue of Sidereal Times.

“Very easy to spot the ISS. I got this photo with a DSLR in July, 2018 from my severely light polluted backyard, looking south. (F/1.8, ISO 400, 3s, 35mm). The bright red star is Antares.  Aircraft lights are visible through the leaves, left side of image.”

You can reach John at john_a_harding@me.com

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