Clear skys and mild temperatures and a bright ISS slicing right through the middle of the sky. Made for a perfect night to view the completed station. For the first time in my life I was able to make out the solar panels with a pair of binoculars. I snapped a few time exposures but didn’t take the time to set the camera. I was to busy talking to neighbors and explaining what they were seeing through the binoculars. It was a very exiting time. I shared my tweetup experience with all my neighbors who may now look up more often and remember that we have a presence in the sky. A million pound outpost circling the planet at over 17,000mph.