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Twilight Southern Sky


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About this observation
Andrew Paterson
Time of observation
11/07/2020 - 21:10
Southern sky in twilight
Observing location
Les Touches-de-PĂ©rigny
Canon G7X
4s F1.8 ISO400

A view of the southern sky from a rural setting in SW France. Jupiter and Saturn are rising in the SE and Scorpius is very prominent slightly west of the meridian. It is easily possible to follow down to the sting in the Scorpion's tail, unlike at home where Shaula only just clears the horizon.

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