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    Default High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station



    89 degree high pass, tracked to the zenith with an 8" LX200 Classic and Canon T5i @ f/20.

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    Default Re: High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station

    Very nicely done. I can hear the flat earthers screaming "FAKE!"
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    Default Re: High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station

    Very cool stuff!
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    Default Re: High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station

    Thats the best I have seen it thanks for sharing
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    Default Re: High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station

    Very nice....amazing even!
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    Default Re: High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station

    Great capture, thank you for sharing the video with us
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    Default Re: High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station

    Very nice
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    Default Re: High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station

    Can you see satellites like this with a dobsonian? I am looking to get a dob as my first scope in the coming months.

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    Default Re: High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station

    Quote Originally Posted by saraneth View Post
    Can you see satellites like this with a dobsonian? I am looking to get a dob as my first scope in the coming months.
    No not really, he is using a higher end telescope linked to a program of his making to help track them.
    When you are looking around you will see quite a few satellites passing through the telescope field of view (FOV) and will understand how quickly they move
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    Default Re: High Magnification Footage of the International Space Station

    Really nice! Thanks.

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