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Photographer:

Andrew Drawneek

Email:

adrawneek@xtra.co.nz

Location of Photo:

Wairarapa, New Zealand

Date/Time of photo:

2007-01-19 at 11:06 pm NZT

Equipment:

Canon 30D & Canon 85mm f1.2 lens at f1.2, 30 second exposure, ISO 640. Some custom curves to improve constrast and sharpened for web.

Description:

The International Space Station passes in front of the comet's tail. This was a lucky shot and I checked later that it was the ISS. As has been observed by others, tonight the comet tail & jets were much clearer to the naked eye. Taken from the southern coast of the North Island overlooking Palliser Bay.

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