I managed to get out on Friday night and take a shot at imaging the ISS again as it flew close (within 100 miles) to my town of Marlborough, Connecticut. Right on time it appeared in the Northwest as a dim reddish star. Getting brighter by the second the ISS brightened to a magnitude of -3.2 as it passed to the south of my location basically passing over New York City.
Here’s what I managed to capture this time. One thing I have learned after trying to capture a nice image of it is, the closer the better! Even a hundred miles or so makes a HUGE difference in the quality of the image.