Moon And Jupiter
Taken by Horst Maurer on April 11, 2017 @ Burgsolms, Germany
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The biggest and the smallest visible celestial body of our solar system - Moon and Jupiter - around closest approach (local midnight). Also visible: Jupiters satellites Ganymed, Kallisto, Europa and Io. HDR-composite (1.2 ms ISO 100 to 40 ms ISO 1600, EOS 5D MKii, 540 mm apochromat). Taken at Burgsolms Observatory, Germany
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