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International Space Station

January 5, 2012 Sarah Coggins

Thanks to a tweets from Katie at Discovering the Southern Part of Heaven (@southrnptheaven) and the Morehead Planetarium (@moreheadplanet) yesterday, I learned that the International Space Station would be passing overhead and visible just before 6pm last night. Dylan and I bundled up and headed out in the cold with our cameras to watch the event.

Here are my sooc shots (minus a little cropping on each – lots of sky!). The tiny white dot is the space station.

ISO 3200, ss 1/8, f5.6
ISO 3200, ss 1/8, f5.6
ISO 3200, ss 1/8, f5.6

Dylan’s sooc photo of the moon using his Little Tikes digital camera (I confess, he was so cute putting the strap over his neck and playing photographer just like mommy!)

ISO 60, ss 1/5, f2.8
  • Ryzmomplus2 January 5, 2012 at 9:03 am
    that is so cool! I love when I get to experience those things with the kids!
  • Bonnie January 5, 2012 at 10:54 am
    I think Dylan won't have any trouble keeping up with you in the photography field. What impressive photos from both of you.
  • ter@waaoms January 5, 2012 at 12:34 pm
    what a great memory to make with your son. :) and future photographer too! :)
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