The International Space Station Moon Transit in May 2020 as photographed from Ledbury, Herefordshire. This single image shows the ISS in its orbit around the Earth moving about 28,000km/h and more than 500km distant as it appeared to pass in front of the Moon. The transit was visible in a strip less than 6km wide – outside of that strip the ISS would have appeared to miss the moon. My home was almost exactly in the middle of that visibility strip.
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Available printed at the following sizes:
- 21.5cm x 21.5cm – printed image size
- 34cm x 34cm – printed image size (on canvas only)
(For custom sizes, please contact me)
Printed on acid-free, 300gsm Pearl Premium photo paper for longevity and rich contrast. The print has a border making it suitable for mounting and framing.
Framing and accessories are not included to let you frame the photograph to best suit your style.
The print will be delivered to you flat in protective packaging, not rolled up as rolling can cause damage to the print. Delivery is by Royal Mail Tracked and Signed. International deliveries may take longer than 3–5 working days from purchase.
*Purchase does not grant copyright. Copyright is retained by Paul Ligas. Photographs may not be reproduced without the express and written permission of Paul Ligas.
**Please note that printed colours may not exactly match those visible on your computer due to variation in computer monitor colour calibration.
***Framed images shown above are mock-ups and may not represent the actual size and dimensions of the print. Please see the print sizes in the description.