Published on 08 Jul 2013 | over 4 years ago
The ISS passes from north-west (top-left of frame) towards south-east (bottom-right of frame), while a plane passes from the north-east (top-right of frame) towards south (bottom of frame). The Milky Way can be seen as a faint horizontal bulge from east-to-west. I am at the bottom of frame with my niece and nephew watching the pass.
Location: Rochedale, Brisbane, Australia
Orientation: North is up, South is down, West is left, East is right.
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