Looks like the Space Shuttle had already docked a few hours before it was possible to image them together directly (annoying) this evening (10th).
However I've taken last nights images (9th of August), and merged the two together.
You'll notice how much the Shuttle's orbit was slightly off compared to that of the ISS.
These two photos are seperated by about 5 minutes, and as such the stars are all doubled up. The Milky Way is quite visible and so is the North American nebula.
I should of dragged the telescope out and mounted the camera on it and taken a single long exposure. Oh well maybe next time.