Mars In Daylight
Taken by Patricio Leon on August 7, 2018 @ Santiago, Chile
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon PowerShot SX60 HS
Exposure Time: 1/500
Aperture: f/6.5
ISO: 100
Date Taken: 2018:08:07 17:28:54
 
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Mars is seen climbing at right over the mountains in broad daylight (Sun 7° above horizon)
Canon SX60-HS f/6.5 1/500s ISO 100
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Dear Patricio Leon, again congratulations. Finally, you have made it. And now are you man enough to be the one who will attempt the most difficult Man And Planets Challenge (Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn)? 🌶🌮🤠
Good luck and God speed!👽

Please check the following link below for more details:


Man & Venus
Taken by Vladimir Scheglov on March 31, 2017 @ Magadan, Russia

http://0e33611cb8e6da737d5c-e13b5a910e105e07f9070866adaae10b.r15.cf1.rackcdn.com/Vladimir-Scheglov-2017-03-31-Man-and-Venus-01_1490920939.png

http://spaceweathergallery.com/indiv_upload.php?upload_id=134363&PHPSESSID=3qj7518dfrb7pc3ia3m7kgemp0

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After several attempts we were able to shoot my friend Alexander Korolenko during the rise of Venus. The distance between us was about 3300 m. Shot in the area of ​​the Armanskiy pass, near Magadan. Thanks to Sergey Shibetskiy for the transport.
Camera Panasonic GH2, Rubinar 1000 mm, F10 lens. Frames from video:
2017 03 31 Человек на фоне Венеры:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozBLTxleh-8
Posted by Soheil_Esy 2018-08-08 12:57:30
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