ISS Fly-by Images Taken From Earth

From Spaceweather.com:

Mike Tyrrell photographed the expanding spaceship through his 10-inch Meade LX-200. The new panels are indicated by the arrow:



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Meanwhile in the Czech Republic, Martin Popek photographed an “ISS flare” from his hometown of Nýdek:

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