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Moon Venus and Jupiter widefield / and where LP comes from

 
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Feb 28, 2012 20:39 |  #1

This was my dark spot until the city annexed it, and of course put as many street lights up as possible vmad Before I could see 1 street light. Now I can count 35+....terrible. Anyway here was a 11mm, 5 sec, f/2.8, ISO800 of the Moon, Venus, and Jupiter, and Orion in the top left. The ISS is actually in there but was too faint to see.

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...and a 1/2 sec handheld image of what used to be dark :-x

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fantastic, really like #1




  
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