Merkur, Mars, Moon, Venus And Regulus
Taken by Heiko Ulbricht on September 18, 2017 @ Freital, Saxony, Germany
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It was such a wonderful sight of the great conjunction this morning over Freital/Saxony! A fantastic clear sky, deep blue and nice colors. I drove with my car to a hill, from which one has a wonderful view to the east. Mercury and Mars were wonderful to see and Regulus very close to the moon. It was already very autumnal, only 6° above 0° Celsius… A great start in the new week…!
Details: Canon EOS 6D, Pentacon 1.8/50 (F5.6) and 4/200, ISO 100/200, 1.3s (200 mm) and 5s (50 mm) exposure.
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