International Space Station Solar Transit 11th November 2012

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Just got round to processing the images of an ISS solar transit taken last weekend.

White Light filter with a Skywatcher ED80 and 2x converter using a Nikon D5100 in HD video mode.

The ISS was just above the North coast of France when I took these images, so it looks extremely small.

Event took almost one and half seconds to traverse the disk of the Sun.

Dave


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