Here is what you do not see very often: the International Space Station transiting the Moon. And now thanks to Gadi Eidelheit, it became possible! He captured video and imagery of the ISS scooting in front of the Moon, from Ganot, Israel.
Gadi used a Canon 700d with Sigma 18-250 for the first clip and Canon sx50HS for the second clip (maximum zoom which equivalent to 1200mm).
For the first part of the video you need to look closely, as the transit happens quite quickly. But then Gadi slows it down, and later zooms in on the action. It still happens quite quickly but it’s very fun to see.
Source: Universe Today