Moon And Venus Conjunction
Taken by Reinhard Kaltenböck on December 4, 2018 @ Germany, NRW, Emmerich am Rhein
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I got up very early and drove to the Rhine.
The moon (-7.4 mag and with earth light) started in the early morning hours
Venus (-4.9 likes) over. Venus appeared on the right above the moon in the greatest splendor.

Especially worth seeing were the light reflections of Venus and the Moon at the early hour
on the water surface of the Rhine. On the horizon is the illuminated church tower of Dornik
recognize.

Taken on 04.12.2018 at 04:42 UT with the Canon EOS 100D.
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