Photos of ISS passing by the Rose Bowl – Aug 5th 2013

I decided to head to the Rose Bowl to capture some photo’s of this very bright and very long overflight of the ISS. The ISS reached a brightness of Magnitude -3.

Slideshow of ISS passing by the Rose Bowl – Aug 5th 2013

I decided to head to the Rose Bowl to capture some photo’s of this very bright and very long overflight of the ISS. The ISS reached a brightness of Magnitude -3.

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Public viewing at the Griffith Observatory

These photos show what happens outside of the Griffith Observatory  every cloudless night they are open.   Telescopes are setup outside and the public can view from the (small) variety of astronomical objects which might be visible that night under the rather light-polluted skies of Los Angeles.

Tonight the public could see the Moon and the planet Saturn.

Public viewing at the Griffith Observatory

These photos show what happens outside of the Griffith Observatory  every cloudless night they are open.   Telescopes are setup outside and the public can view from the (small) variety of astronomical objects which might be visible that night under the rather light-polluted skies of Los Angeles.

Tonight the public could see the Moon and the planet Saturn.

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