Early this morning, the International Space Station (ISS), along with the docked Space Shuttle Discovery, was scheduled to be visible over much of the east coast. I grabbed a camera and went outside just before it was supposed to appear. The results were as I expected — not great, but you can tell that it’s the ISS and not a star or planet. Here are a couple of them:
Hopefully the weather will cooperate and I will get a chance to photograph it again.
If you are interested in observing the ISS and/or Space Shuttle, visit this website to figure out when they will be zooming over your area: Human Space Flight – Orbital Tracking
— We’re gonna need a bigger lens —