Daytime Video of ISS passing Austria

On February 12th, we tried to catch the ISS during a daytime pass for the first time. The sun was up since 2 hours when we could center the ISS in the small field of the more than 5.5m focal length telescope.

Exceptional seeing (at least for our location on a test stand on the side of our factory) allowed for some pretty high resolution images, maybe the best obtained so far during daylight.

Zero vibration ultra smooth tracking even with 5 degree/sec azimuth speed in combination with an unsurpassed optical quality was the key for this success.

Daytime Video of ISS passing Austria

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