This morning I braved the chilly temperature and caught the International Space Station as it orbited a little to the north over my space on the surface.
A great way to start the end of the year!
This graphic is a screenshot from my cellphone showing the display from ISS Detector, an extremely useful APP for Android and IOS and tablets like my Kindle Fire.
The track across the sky lasted about 7 minutes. It started in the west and then followed a path between the two ‘Dippers’ passing the Pointer Stars in the Big Dipper on the way toward Polaris, the North Star.
Camera Settings: 18 mm; 3.5 sec. F5.6; ISO 1600