Uranus Mars Conjunction
Taken by Kevin R. Witman on February 9, 2019 @ Cochranville, PA, USA
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Date Taken: 2019:02:10 12:08:06
 
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I could just barely fit both Mars and Uranus into the field of view using my Orion Short Tube 80 telescope. The difference in coloration is quite striking between the two worlds. The separation was between 2 and 3 degrees on this evening. I imaged the field using a Canon XS DSLR, ISO800. The calibrated stack of 26 x 20 second light frames were processed using PS5 and ImagesPlus.
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