Sunday morning, about 545 EST, I caught the Shuttle, then then ISS, a few minutes apart on a time exposure. The Shuttle was easy to see, but the ISS was much brighter.
These are camera on a tripod photos – you can’t see any detail. Just as they are a bright dot moving across the sky to the unaided eye, they are a streak of light on the time exposure. ( I’m not in the through-the-telescope photo of moving objects league! ) Both are 5 second time exposures at ISO 400.
The bright star in both photos is zero magnitude Vega. The ISS photo is the one with the trail brighter than Vega. The STS-130 is the one with the fainter trail. You may have to click on the photos to see them. They were about two minutes apart. I cropped the photos to take up less space.