Dates: June 7, 2014
Locations: Manhattan - NY
Frames: 1x10" ISO1600
Integration: 0.0 hours
Avg. Moon age: 8.43 days
Avg. Moon phase: 61.02%
Bortle Dark-Sky Scale: 1.00
RA center: 283.662 degrees
DEC center: -28.825 degrees
Pixel scale: 37.539 arcsec/pixel
Orientation: 167.442 degrees
Field radius: 26.762 degrees
APOD June 14, 2014 http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140614.html
The conditions were "good", clear sky (at 11km surprise me if it were the contrary), zero light pollution (Bortle 0), the problems were mostly technical: make a long exposure on something that moves at 598 mph (960 km/h).
The only solution was to make an exposure as short as possible, but capturing enough light, so I used a 28mm f1.8 wide open, setting the canon to 1600iso ( the maximum for my 450D) trusting that then during the post-processing maybe I could push to 3200 or 6400iso, for the exposition I went to attempts from 30 seconds down, I took 93 pictures of which only one good (with 10 sec exposure).
To obtain the highest possible stability I put the Gorillapod between the armrest and the fuselage, covering me with a blanket to block all reflections coming from inside.
Image taken on board a British Airways 747-400 on a flight from New York to London.
Time: 01:00 NY time zone
Location: Over the Atlantic Ocean, about 220 miles (350 km) from Halifax (Nova Scotia, Canada)
Altitude: 37000 ft (11000 m)
Speed: 598 mph (962 kmh)
Outside Temperature: - 68° F (-55° C)
Canon EF 28 f1.8 @ f1.8
Canon EOS 450D, 10 sec, 1600 ISO
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