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WiltsStarGazer

Lunchtime Moon

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At least some advantages to being furloughed.

Skywatcher 130/650, 20mm EY, Celestron Smartphone mount, iPhone se.

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That's great!  The same day I was lounging back in a deckchair around mid afternoon, admiring a simple naked eye view of the Moon, and wondering who else on earth would be nutty enough to do the same thing in such a bright sky. It's a beautiful pic'! :thumbsup:

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