On 10-16-2011 I caught the International Space Station, rising next to the Milky Way, on 3 cameras that were shooting timelapse. The moon rose shortly after it passed. The timelapse above is slowed down when the ISS passes.
Phil Plait also has an interesting article on it here.
This timelapse, and the others, are on the extended cut of Temporal Distortion.
The first camera was setup on a small lake with calm winds.
One mile south of there, I had 2 more cameras in the valley of the White River. They were both on Dynamic Perception dollies, doing low to the ground shots.
The 3rd Camera was about 100 yards south east from the second.