Venus, Jupiter, and three Moons

John Dolby
Location of photo
Tucson, AZ USA
Date/Time of photo
October 26, 2015 4:26 AM MST
Celestron CPC-1100 w/HyperStar @ f/2; Canon 6D; ISO-200; 13-Second Exposure
Jupiter and Venus through the scope. The moons above Jupiter are, from top to bottom: Callisto, Ganymede, and Europa. The star to the right of Jupiter is magnitude 8.4 (HD96658). An internal reflection caused the purple halo around Venus.
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