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Pete Presland

Venus & Jupiter close conjunction.

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Pete Presland    7,677

Very cold this morning with the wind chill factor. I thought the planets looked very different as they made they way up through the murky horizon, I was very surprised to see them change so much when they were first visible.

A single wide field view and a slightly "closer" view inset. Canon 450 & 18-55m lens.

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cletrac1922    61

Pete

Great shot

Unfortunately civil dawn is 04:49, sunrise 05:13 where I am, and on a train between Goldcoast and Brisbane heading to work for a 6am start, and not able to observe, as both Venus and Jupiter still below the eastern horizon that hour of the morning

 

 

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alhiggs    55

13-11-2017 06.25am hessle east Yorkshire taken through 20x80 binoculars with Samsung j5  mobile phone

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