Mars & Pleiades
Taken by Tamas Abraham on March 29, 2019 @ Zsámbék, Hungary
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Date Taken: 2019:03:30 14:06:00
 
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In the evening on March 29 was the apparent distance 3° between Mars and Pleiades cluster. Hyades with Aldebaran as the brightest star of the cluster is on the left. Another open star cluster can be seen above Hyades catalogued as NGC 1647 by William Herschel in 1784. Technical details: Canon EOS 400D & Canon EF 50 mm, 30x30 sec, F2.8, ISO 800. Frames were stacked by IRIS software.
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