Finally. Right on schedule. I believe I caught the International Space center … bright in the dark night sky.
The ISS appeared right on schedule a bit after 5:39 am. Height 65.2 degrees to a max elevation of 71 degrees. At an incredibly bright magnitude of -4.4 (although other ISS trackers said -3.2).
(According to professor @bam, the more negative the value the brighter)
All I know is that it was one of the brightest passes the ISS has appeared in my area since I received my Wyze V3.
So when I scrolled back to “view playback” at 5:39, I caught this image, moving in the right direction.
The ISS became even brighter briefly as it continued to move across sky and out of view of my V3.
My ISS sighting, of course, is subject to verification by those who know more about this dark sky stuff than me.
I’m still absolutely blown away by the ability of this new Wyze V3 camera. Particularly the Starlight Sensor and night color vision. Absolutely amazing upgrade to the V2 camera