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Moon ring - Galaxy A71 night mode


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Looking up it looked a little like we were in orbit of a shadowy gas giant, with the Moon transiting the giant. Arguably the Sun could be behind the giant, faintly illuminating the atmosphere on the limb, but no explanation for why the Moon is then fully illuminated!

F1.8 0.125 sec, iso 2500, 5.23mm, night Mode

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Here is another shot from last night showing Castor and Pollux. Hand held stars - the wonders of modern technology.

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17 minutes ago, Ags said:

Here is another shot from last night showing Castor and Pollux. Hand held stars - the wonders of modern technology.

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That's a really pretty shot :)

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Perfect night for astronomy tonight but too tired from work. Still, the stars are brilliant tonight.

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