Giant Venus In Broad Daylight
Taken by Mariano Ribas on October 13, 2018 @ Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Date Taken: 2018:10:14 01:11:44
 
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Venus looks really impressive in the eyepiece of my telescope. Almost unreal. The planet is closer and closer to Earth, looking bigger and thinner each day.
I took this image in broad daylight (3:08 pm local time) with my Meade LX90 12telescope and a Canon digital camera. It´s the result of digital stacking and processing 127 individual frames extracted from a video of 2540.
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