May 29th, 2021, 09:29 p.m. local time
I have been receiving alerts of ISS flyovers in my area for several weeks, but cloud cover has been intense for well over a week. With finally a completely clear night, I set up my iPhone with NightCap to record the ISS traveling overhead.
This exposure was taken facing North. Most notable is how the ISS flew just under Polaris. You can also make out The Little Dipper as it arches up and to the right.
Here are the approximate stats from this flyover:
|Sat May 29, 9:29 PM||6 min||44°||10° above NW||13° above E|