Australian photographer Dylan O’Donnell captured a fantastic photograph of the International Space Station transiting last night’s full moon.
The ISS only passed over the moon for 0.33 seconds as it shoots by quite quickly. Knowing the second it would pass I fired a “burst” mode of exposures then crossed my fingers and hoped it would show up in review – and it did!
He waited 12 months for the conditions to be just right to capture this moment. So cool.