A Small Martian Reflection
Taken by Paolo Bardelli on July 9, 2018 @ Sumirago (Varese), Italy
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Date Taken: 2018:08:09 00:15:49
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A curious optical effect under Mars, photographed just before the sky was completely covered. The passage of distant altocumulus created a small but clearly visible reflection beneath the planet, almost a microscopic subsun well visible to binoculars. Canon 60Da, 50 mm. lens, sum of 10x10 seconds exposures, 1000 ISO.
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