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A trio of planets - 26 June

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Some reasonable seeing from my location in Selsey, West Sussex over the last couple of nights. Here are three results for Mars, Jupiter and Saturn from 26 June. 

Pete

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Very nice Pete, but you missed Venus ?

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Excellent. That C14 really gets some detail ther. Well done! :) 

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Very nice... that Mars dust storm is a bit of a worry.

 

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Gorgeous trio, Pete! Great color and great detail on Jupiter and Saturn. Even with the dust storm clouding things out on Mars, you can see the polar region. :) 

Nice work!

Reggie

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