Full Moon night of 7/8 May, 2020, brought two phenomenal moments here in the Czech Republic. The first one was the red moonrise of the perigee Full Moon, the second one even more unuqie–the ISS transit in front of the Moon. I captured this 1.4s short moment right from garden on my cottage, which made the night even more unique. How many times you live just in the line of ISS lunar transit, right? The ISS was less than 30″ small and about 939 km far from me, when the transit occured. As it was (almost) by local midnight, even the shapes of Solar Arrays were possible to capture. Used Canon 6D and MTO 1100mm/f10.5, ISO 1250, 1/2000s exposures from tripod.