A photographer has created this stunning photograph of the International Space Station passing over Britain multiple times in the last month.

Mark Humpage took advantage of clear night skies above Cotesbach in Leicestershire to put together all of the times the ISS passed overhead in the last couple of weeks.

It is a multiple exposure of 11 occasions when the space station passed during clear skies, starting on 19th May and finishing on the 30th May.

Mr Humpage said he created the composite to mark the SpaceX launch, which blasted off on Saturday.

This image of the stars was captured over three hours on 28th May. Credit: Mark Humpage

The photographer uses special camera functions to capture many other stunning shots in the night sky.

Multiple shots of the moon over Leicestershire Credit: Mark Humpage