International Space Station over Pittsburgh - February 27, 2018
At 5:41 AM the International Space Station flew over Pittsburgh. It was a rare convergence of events: the orbital position was correct, the sun was in the right place, the weather cooperated.
I had miscalculated how high the ISS would fly over and only got a small arc (seen in the upper right of the image). I had a few other glitches that I'll be sure to fix next time. But as a proof of concept, I think this works.