Pluto - 6 Nights
Taken by Charles Chiofar on July 29, 2016 @ Buckley, Washington
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Mapping the movement of Pluto as it moves against the stars.
The last 6 consecutive nights have been excellent, a real treat living in the Pacific Northwest. The comparison image of the moon used the same field of view. The setup used was an Explore Scientific ED127 with a .8X focal reducer and the camera was an SBIG STX2000XM. Ill continue the mapping of Pluto after I return from the Oregon Star Party.
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