Here is an open-shutter shot of it as it passed over Pittsburgh a few nights ago. It looks like it just shows up out of nowhere, but that's where it was when I opened the shutter.
The blurriness of the stars isn't due to camera shake, but rather the rotation of the earth. It fades from right to left (direction of travel) because it was losing ambient sunlight as it approached the horizon.
Far out, man! :cool2:
<iframe height='550' scrolling='no' src='//codepen.io/DJDesigns/embed/e09547d84d4a43fefa2f189167b964ab/?height=454&theme-id=21440&default-tab=result' frameborder='no' allowtransparency='true' allowfullscreen='true' style='width: 100%;'>See the Pen <a href='http://codepen.io/DJDesigns/pen/e09547d84d4a43fefa2f189167b964ab/'>Earth From The Stars</a> by Code-Acquired (<a href='http://codepen.io/DJDesigns'>@DJDesigns</a>) on <a href='http://codepen.io'>CodePen</a>.
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