ISS Pass Last Night

Last night was a 6-minute pass of the ISS starting at 10:26 p.m. As the sky was still fairly light I took (roughly) 20-second exposures. In the middle, upside down, you can see Ursa Major. Follow the handle of the plough up to the top of the frame and the bright star is Arcturus. As you can see there was also a very bright Moon (and quite a lot of broken cloud).

Again no idea why the funny image – click on it to see what it should look like.

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