Venus-Jupiter Conjunction
Taken by James Roger Samworth on January 22, 2019 @ Nailstone, Nuneaton, UK
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  Camera Used: SONY DSC-HX60
Exposure Time: 8/1
Aperture: f/5.0
ISO: 400
Date Taken: 2019:01:22 07:19:33
 
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Here is this mornings conjunction from the window-sill.

The inset images are with the 80mm f/5 refractor with 2X X2 barlows and PD camera.

Imaging Jupiters moons and surface in the morning twilight was a bit of a challenge, but I got something with a bit of help from GIMP. There are also some stars visible, including Antares peeping through the tree.
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