The Intentional space station completes an orbit of the Earth in every 92.69 minutes and moves at a speed of 27,600 km per hour. Due to this kind of speed, it passes across the Moon in just 0.33 seconds.
It took Dylan O'Donnell almost a year to save that moment in a stunning photo.
|This is crop portion of the photo showing a closer view of the ISS.|
Knowing the second it would pass, he fired a 'burst' mode of exposures in the hope it would show up in review - and it did beautifully.