07 November 2011
note: turn down speaker volume.
while the iss was easy to spot with the naked eye it was moving across the sky very fast - locating it and staying located on it through the digicam viewfinder was hard.
track was WNW moving to SSE
h/t to @katctv3 for the heads up.
its amazing that anything came out -- but this vid might give future researchers some sense of how the iss appeared in the sky here.
closest weather conditions from kesf reporting station (esf) at 5:53 pm cst were: temp: 72f; dewpoint: 60f; relative humidity: 66%; barometric pressure: 30.07 inches; visibility: 10 miles; ceiling: unlimited; wind: south east at 6mph, no gusts; weather: clear.
international space station fly over central louisiana from around 6:07 - 6:10 pm cst, monday, 07 november 2011.
original .mp4 video file is time stamped 6:07:42 - 6:10:58 pm cst monday 07 november 2011.
Posted by wst... at 20:11