This amateur astronomer didn’t need a multi-million dollar telescope to capture the International Space Station crossing paths with Jupiter, just a standard store-bought model. Even more surprising, these images were captured during the daytime hours to boot. Continue reading for one more picture.

Of course, Jupiter is about 356 million miles from Earth, and the ISS is roughly 250 miles, but this still makes for an incredibly cool little image. Did I mention it was taken at 9:00 a.m. yet?

[via Gizmodo]

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