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2 Sep 2020, 11:16 UTC
September 2020
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September 1st 2010 GMT Moon It was dusk, with the Moon low and light cloud was scattering its light. I used my DSLR at 300mm focal length, ISO 100 and 1/400 second exposure. I then snapped Jupiter and Saturn together at ISO 6400 and 2 seconds exposure. I was not sure of the exact focal length but it was clear that they were becoming closer in the sky. As it was still twilight, I did not attempt to capture Saturn’s moons but I had a go at Jupiter’s using my DSLR at 300mm focal length, ISO 6400 and 2 seconds exposure. In retrospect, I should probably used a shorter exposure.

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