At 6:55 this morning, the International Space Station passed over Zion Canyon. This is a time exposure of the event. Anyone who knows me can tell you I’m an “ISS junkie”. If there’s a clear view I’ll be outside watching satellites and especially the International Space Station pass overhead. I think this obsession started in 1957 when my father insisted all of us come outside and watch the world’s first man-made satellite pass over Oxnard, California. This little moving light in space named Sputnik was from Russia and yet here it was, 500 miles above OUR house. Since then the night sky has never been the same for me. It wasn’t any longer just the rising and setting of the sun and moon. Now, the heavens above are active, alive, scary, peaceful and full of possibilities.