Venus - Pleiades conjunction: the rare astronomical show in these pictures

Venus - Pleiades conjunction: the rare astronomical show in these pictures

By Luke86 | Astrofacts | 4 Apr 2020


Some of the shots took last evening. The first shot was took with a Canon EOS 750D, 55mm focal lenght, 8 seconds of time exposure and 400 ISO

351665157-f229527b8f049eef95a2bac76d720b7594d363e049ee70a534287aa91595a883.jpeg

This another one, with a Canon EOS 6D, with higher magnification at 250mm

351665157-3c2d55bd29ae82166319f94ff301723edcf734d5a1fbba78957eda7b5a8e7b7e.jpeg

But, first, during the preparation, the Moon always deserves a shot: "eyepiece projection" technique, with my smartphone shooting on the image of my telescope

351665157-a9e2014ce64f3af201f495dec8d5fc7ad741357dc1ced661ce9618e3ddea0293.jpeg

 

See you next time



Astrofacts
Astrofacts

News, curiosity and facts about the Universe and all of its objects. Practice astronomy and photography about the night sky.

Send a $0.01 microtip in crypto to the author, and earn yourself as you read!

20% to author / 80% to me.
We pay the tips from our rewards pool.