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Venus passing close to the Pleiades.

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20 years 3 months ago #2533 by dave_lillis
Replied by dave_lillis on topic Re: Venus passing close to the Pleiades.
Hi,
Ive a second pic of the pleiades + Venus taken 24 hours after the first pic.
This pic is only 1 frame (2.5seconds at iso1600) with the same hardware setup as previously used, the wind was very gusty and I had no shade so nearly all of the pics were blurred in some manner.
Sometimes the pic link doesnt work, if it doesn't for you , you can see it at
homepage.eircom.net/%7Esac/graphics/inne...s_pleiades040404.jpg


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20 years 3 months ago #2537 by michaeloconnell
Replied by michaeloconnell on topic Re: Venus passing close to the Pleiades.
Nice image Dave! Interesting to see how much Venus moved in just 24hrs.

Michael

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20 years 3 months ago #2569 by astroguy
Replied by astroguy on topic Venus in Pleiades
Good Going David!

Jouke

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