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Dont know how often this happens ( new to astronomy) that Mars and M45 can be captured in the same field of view ......  so thought I would give it a go.




CC always welcome.

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Roughly once every two years, but the distance between Mars and the Pleiades varies. Wonderful picture, the colours are great. Thanks for sharing!

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13 hours ago, callisto said:

Thats really good 👍

What gear did you use?



Canon 80D ... sigma 150-600mm lens @ 150mm ...... f5.6 ...... Sky Watcher AZ-GTI in Alt az mode.

Bortle sky 6 and full moon behind me, so quite pleased 

90x20s Images ... no darks or flats.



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