Kuala Belait – The International Space Station (ISS) flew exactly in front of the Moon on Thursday morning, Sep 19, 2019 at precisely 05:29:46.49 am for 0.61 seconds.

Despite of the hazy sky, the space station passing in front of the moon which takes less than a second was observable by a group of astrophotgraphers from the Astronomical Society of Brunei Darussalam over Panaga, Brunei Darussalam.

Although ISS flyovers are frequent, lining up exactly with the moon happens rarely. Visit www.transit-finder.com to find the next lunar and solar transit of ISS from your location.

“The split second moment as the ISS transits across the moon (@ 5s into the video) captured from Panaga, Seria. Its phenomenal to think that on that bright fast tiny speck of light, 400 Km away from Earth there are people on board.” – Photo by Waliyuddin of the Astronomical Society of Brunei Darussalam.

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