The ISS had another orbit over Connecticut last night (3-19-10). This time passing from Northwest to Southeast just before 8:00pm. The weather did not cooperate like it did the last time. This time we had some high level clouds in the area which hampered the clarity of the image. It was still great to watch it fly [...]
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The conditions were just about perfect this morning to try capturing the ISS in video mode on the Nikon D300s. I set up in one of my dark sky locations in Marlborough, Ct. that had a good WSW view of where the ISS was going to appear at 6:07 am. The sky was starting to [...]
It was a great astronomy night for me tonight up here in the woods of Marlborough. Temps were in the high 40′s with no clouds, and no wind. My viewing sight (I was hoping) was perfect to try to see the Space Shuttle about 8 minutes after it lifted off. I got word that a [...]