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ISS in the Brittany sky
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The International Space Station (ISS) emerge form the horizon in the Leo's head (plunge in the glow of Bénodet). It rise slowly, passing between Coma Berenice and Canes Venatici, and then cross the Bootes. At its maximum, it reach magnitude -1.
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Instrument   Zuiko 16 mm 1:3.5 lens
Exposure & film   10 min on Superia 200
Date & place   June 2001, Beg Meil (Finistère)

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