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Wednesday, 24 March 2021

The International Space Station

Last night the ISS was a very bright mag. -3.5. It passed through Orion and Leo, so, after grabbing a couple of time-exposures of it, I turned on my camera's GPS for a few more shots of the Orion Nebula, M42

Moving on to the Moon, the complex crater Clavius was well-lit, as was the dark-floored Plato. When I examined the latter closely, a pale object can be seen to the right of the crater. A meteorite impact? A release of gas or vapour? Or something else...

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