The ISS follows the handle of the Big Dipper!

Long-exposure photos of the I.S.S.

Howard Manges posted on Facebook that the International Space Station would be visible over the Binghamton area Thursday night from 9:44 to 9:50PM. I thought I would attempt to take some long-exposure photos as it passed. The I.S.S. appears as the white line in the photos because the shutter remained open 30 seconds in the 1st two photos, and 45 seconds in the final photo. The camera was on a tripod to keep it steady. I took the photos from my back deck in Apalachin.

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theview says ... on Friday, Jun 20 at 7:40 AM

Good job!

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