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ISS lunar transit, 31st March 2020


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About this observation
Chris Hooker
Time of observation
31/03/2020 - 20:47
International Space Station
254 mm Newtonian
2x and 1.6x Barlows, stacked
ZWO ASI174 mono camera
Baader IR-cut filter
0.18 ms

A single frame from the ISS pass on 31st March, which transited the first-Quarter Moon from my location. The ISS is seen against the southern part of Mare Nectaris, near the crater Fracastorius.

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