Sky-watcher recorded the ISS passing in front of the Moon

An interesting and rare view of the ISS passing in front of the Moon. On Feb. 10th,2019.

Szabolcs Nagy of London, England, recorded the ISS skimming the edge: “I used the ISS Detector app to find out when the ISS would pass close to the edge of lunar disk,” says Nagy. “This way I could record a video where the space station wasn’t only in front of the lunar disk, but instead a bit of both.

“It happened in the blink of an eye,” he continues. “I took a high frame rate video (around 120fps), then slowed it down to make it easier to see” Szabolcs Nagy said to spaceweather.

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