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    Posted May 24, 2014 by
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    Camera running from 1:30am to 4:00am on the morning of May 24th, trying to catch a meteor during the Camelopardalids shower. Although we saw a couple in the southern sky, our camera covering the north east quadrant was skunked. However, about 2:40 am we did catch the International Space Station (ISS) crossing very bright, low in the northern sky. Perhaps next time.

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