Some members of the Raleigh Astronomy Club and I got together last Wed. night (Aug. 7th) to watch the International Space Station pass in front of the Moon. This is an event that can only been see during certain passes and only from a narrow path on the ground. – it all depends on the alignment of the Moon, the ISS’s orbit and the observer’s location. At 9:25pm on August 7, 2019, there was just such an alignment just West of Raleigh, NC. Here is video I took of the event, enjoy!
Clear & Steady Skies!