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About this observation
Philip Masding
Time of observation
26/03/2020 - 20:31
Observing location
10" LX200 classic at f10
Skyris 618M mono camera
Baader red filter
1/400 second

The ISS is never overhead from Manchester because we are too far north. This shot was taken when the range was 469km and the altitude 63 degrees. The solar arrays are 11.9m wide so that's 5 arcseconds at that range. The image is a stack of 30 frames processed in Registax. 

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