The International Space Station came speeding over PE today from the south west and heading to the north east. Grabbed a few photos with the 10mm at f3.5 and ISO 200 with 40-ish second exposures.
As the station climbs higher into the sky, the foreshortening effect disappears and it appears to accelerate and leave a longer trail.
The last photo shows the ISS disappearing into the Earth’s shadow and fading from view as it passes through the constellation Lepus, flanked by Orion and Canis Major. The overbright moon lit the trees and buildings in all these shots.