Antares and our moon | John Stetson

John Stetson
Location of photo
Sebago Lake, Maine
Date/Time of photo
060609, 11:18 EDT
4" refractor, a 5x barlow, and a DSLR
This event was an occultation south of Boston, MA. Just West of Portland, Maine, Antares approached our moon and appeared within 35 arc seconds of the moon's northern limb. ( As a point of size comparison, it is unusual for the ISS to appear to be 35 arcseconds in size.)
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