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International Space Station (ISS)

Date:25.5.2004 Optics:f=20mm, 1/2.8
Place:Tübingen, Germany Observer:Till Credner

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The ISS streaks across the evening twilight sky. The ISS is visible due to reflected sunlight. The one minute exposure results in a bow of the point like satellite. Above the eastern horizon it vanished in the shadow of the earth.

See also: ISS visibility predictions