Pluto Moving Across The Star Field
Taken by Charles Chiofar on July 28, 2016 @ Buckley, Washington
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As part of my quest to image all of the planets in the solar system , including Pluto, Ive been taking a series of images to map the movement of Pluto. You can easily see Plutos movement over two days as it moves relative to the background star field. I hope to get
10 or 20 mappings over the next month. An Explore Scientific ED127 telescope and
an SBIG STX2000XM with a .8X
focal reducer was used which
creates a field of view of 53.44 x 40.08.
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