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Planetary Conjunction May 28, 2013

David Kaplan

July 1, 2013

Planetary Conjunction May 28, 2013

We had to travel around 25 miles to get a good view of the west, but it was worth it. Jupiter and Venus were visible first, and finally Mercury appeared. A great show in the sky.


Bill: 07/17/2013 07:12 CDT

Nice shot David. I am hampered by sky views blocked by power lines and structures. Must go quite a way as well to find a good spot to shoot from. But it is worth the effort.

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