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Star Trails and the ISS over the Schafmatt observatory
Switzerland

Star Trails (and the ISS cruising) over the Schafmatt observatory, run by the "Astronomische Vereinigung Aarau". (http://www.sternwarte-schafmatt.ch/)

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