Planets At Dawn
Taken by James Roger Samworth on December 4, 2018 @ Nailstone, Nuneaton, UK
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon PowerShot SX610 HS
Exposure Time: 10/10
Aperture: f/4.5
ISO: 1600
Date Taken: 2018:12:04 07:46:14
 
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Dawn is getting pretty interesting for the next few days with Mercury now making an entrance. As an extra bonus, the Moon was there today too.

In the first image (at 06:46 UT) you can see Venus, the Moon, and Spica.The next images are a bit later (at 07:02 UT), and Mercury has now risen. The images were acquired with my Canon SX610HS snapshot camera, and the inset of Venus with the 80mm f/5 refractor + 2X X2 barlows + PD camera.
All from an indoors window-sill
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