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Posted By: gifthorse, 09-29-2016, 09:05 PM

The International space station.

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Have you looked at 1:1 to see if there's any variation from the motion of the solar panels? Nice shot.
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A well timed shot.

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QuoteOriginally posted by gifthorse Quote
The International space station.
Very nice! How long was the exposure?
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Good and photo, cheers
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Very nice! How long was the exposure?
Thank you. The exposure was 20 seconds. I don't remember whether I was using the OGPS or not.

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Thank you. The exposure was 20 seconds. I don't remember whether I was using the OGPS or not.
Came out so nice and sharp!
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The International space station.
beautiful! well done!
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conceptually nice image
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