Timelpase ISS and Jupiter

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Daniel López Prieto

Timelapse obtained with a reflex camera and a 15 mm lens (semi-fisheye) in which the passage of the ISS can be seen crossing the sky, and especially passing over Jupiter. A large part of the starry sky is visible at the beginning, with the Moon and Jupiter as the brightest objects (Saturn is also visible near the horizon, lower and to the right). Part of the profile of the Cañadas del Teide and the observers taking the images can be seen. The Milky Way can be seen to the right, although it is difficult to see because of the brightness of the Moon. Many satellites cross the sky, with the ISS being the brightest, passing right next to Jupiter (D. López / IAC).