ISS transit photo by Erwan Hesry (@erwanhesry) on Unsplash
MakeSony
ModelILCE-6000
Shutter speed15s
Apertureƒ/2.2
Focal length12mm
ISO1000
Published onApril 10, 2017
Dimensions6000 × 4000

ISS transit

Everything was ok: a clear sky, the app on the phone to be sure of the ISS’s path, the camera with remote controller. Everything except one thing: the moon. Almost full, it gives too much light. But at 10.34PM, ISS goes in the night sky. Wait a moment so that the camera can see it. Let’s go for 15s. Got it. What a moment. To say that there are people in there, it’s incredible. But truth.

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