For this evening's ISS photo session, I used nova.astrometry.net to map the surrounding constellations.
The Summer of tracking the ISS continued tonight, this time with a fly-through of The Big Dipper, and an extremely close encounter with Polaris.
The International Space Station made not one but two appearance on this warm, July Summer evening, both easily visible. One South and one North.
After a week of bad cloudy skies, today was clear, a wonderful opportunity to observe and photograph the very bright 75% illuminated Moon.
With finally a completely clear night, I set up my iPhone with NightCap to record the ISS traveling overhead.