This was taken during one of the many conjunctions of the Moon and Jupiter this year. When I took the picture I thought it was interesting enough, but if you zoom in on Jupiter a little you can actually see the atmospheric bands.
Date Taken: 01/21/2013 Photographer:
Ricardo P. Location: Marietta, GA
Orion EON 80
Canon T3 DSLR Processing: Photoshop CS6 Exposure: 1x.008 sec Notes: I've become more serious about astronomy and astrophotography over the last couple of years and slowly built up my current system.
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