|The International Space station passes under Jupiter at 21:41 ACST as seen from Adelaide (click to embiggen, 4 second exposure at 400 ASA with Canon IXUS)||9 images, each 4 second exposures at 400 ASA, stacked to show the path of the ISS. The stars are trailed because of the rotation of the Earth during the exposures.|
The international Space Station has been doing a series of bright passes in Australia. This is probably the most spectacular of all, with the ISS just below Jupiter.
Here's the amination I made by stacking all 9 frames in ImageJ