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You can clearly see Jupiter's main moons in this picture. Seemingly glued to the right side of the planet is Io, then Europa, Callisto and Ganymede. I have to say that I am quite proud of this picture considering the fact that I have no tripod and use a

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January 2011

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For a point and shoot,.. I'm happy. I don't believe that I will invest in anything bigger since well,... once you start going down that slippery slope, there's no turning back!

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