Weirdly Interesting A Telescope Captured The View As The International Space Station Passed The Moon  

Rebecca High

A German astronomer named Julian Wessel captured an amazing video through his powerful telescope lens, a 10" Skywatcher Newtonian.

After a nice timelapse of the elaborate scope setup, the camera hones in on an incredible view of the cratered surface of the moon.

Suddenly, a streak moves past the frame. Is it a shooting star?

It's actually the International Space Station that the telescope captures moving across the face of the moon. Watch this video for an awesome interstellar sight.