Pluto
Taken by Kevin R. Witman on July 24, 2015 @ Cochranville, Pennsylvania
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I imaged Pluto on two separate evenings using a 4-inch refractor and a Canon XS DSLR. Due to bad weather and time constraints, only July 11 and July 24 worked out. See if you can find out most famous dwarf planet in my animated GIF. Notice the small dot located above Pluto in the earlier layer that also blinks on and off. What could that be??? Each image in the GIF is a stack of 33 x 90 second lights, ISO1600.
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