Exit Of Aldebaran From Lunar Occultation At Dawn
Taken by Eliot Herman on September 12, 2017 @ Tucson AZ
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The occultation in Tucson AZ ended at 5:59 am just as dawn was breaking. A few minutes later as Aldebaran began move away from the Moon the sky was no longer dark with both the Moon and Aldebaran glowing in this bright darkness background. This is an attempt to reproduce this view. Image captured with a Questar telescope and a Nikon D810. Processing with Photoshop and Lynkeos.
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