Jupiter-Mars-Zubenelgenubi
Taken by Giorgio Rizzarelli on January 4, 2018 @ Trieste, Italy
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Marvellous show today Jan4 at naked eye at pre-dawn (7AM): Mars and Jupiter, nearly in conjunction, almost equidistant in sky with Zubenelgenubi (double star in Libra).

Binocular and camera lens (see pictures) revealed also three Jupiters moons, the two main components of Zubenelgenubi, and another star in Libra also in line in the arc.

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Piggyback on CPC800, Canon EOS600D (APS-C)
- Zoom: Zeiss Jena 180mm f/2.8 @ f/5, ISO200 10s (exposure at right)
- Wide: Canon 50mm f/1.8 @ f/2.8, ISO100 10s
Elaboration in PS: Crop, exposure correction, NR, fringe correction
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