Joe Ricci
Image taken:
Mar. 7, 2011
Location:
Rochester, New York, USA
Details:
Double flyby of International Space Station and Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-133). I used three separate cameras to take these photos. 1. 65-second exposure of ISS and STS-133. The lower trail is STS-133, flying 13.5 seconds ahead of the ISS. (Canon A570, ISO 100) 2. ISS (left) and STS-133 (right) (plus animated GIF of 14 frames here: http://tix.rmsc.org/astro/img_4627.gif) Photo details: Canon A570, 2.5s exposures 3. Manually tracked using Celestron CPC-800 (afocal, 1/500s exposure, Canon SD750)
 
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