Conjunction Of Mercury And Saturn
Taken by Shiraishi on November 26, 2013 @ Kumagaya-shi, Saitama, Japan
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Conjunction of Mercury and Saturn in the east dawn sky on November 26.

The altitude is about 4.5 degrees at 5:28 UTC+9.
Elongation is about 25 arc minuites.

Strangely enough, almost just 1 years ago (November 27, 2012) the conjunction of Venus and Saturn was occured. Saturn meets planets after 1 year.

Nikon 1 J1 digital camera; ISO 800, F4.8, 2.5s exposure, f=186mm.
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