There were two more opportunities to observe and image the ISS as it passed across the front of the Moon this week.
The most favourable apparition on Thursday morning at 2:00am was completely clouded out.
Another opportunity occurs at 1:00am tomorrow morning and is visible from my back garden.
This apparition is less favourable with the ISS being further away and much smaller.
But it does take over two and a half seconds to go across the Moons face.
But, looking at the fog out there, and the temperature, what are the chances of seeing it?
I will let you know.