Venus And Mercury
Taken by Kouji Ohnishi on March 10, 2018 @ Sugadaora, Nagano, Japan
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Exposure Time: 8/10
Aperture: f/inf
ISO: 2000
Date Taken: 2018:03:13 00:20:40
 
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Canon EOS5D MkIV,
TAKAHASHI FS60-CB (f=255mm(F=4.2))


Vespers

Venus returned to the sky in the evening.
Nagano city was cloudy, but here it was on the sea of clouds.
Venus and Mercury were brightly shining in the madder sky.
It is unusual for Mercury to look bright.
Mercurys observation conditions are good. About the last ten days, I can see it on the right side of Venus.
Vespers is an evening prayer, but also the meaning of the evening star.
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