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Three Planets in the Southern Sky


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About this observation
Andrew Paterson
Time of observation
17/04/2018 - 03:00
Jupiter Saturn and Mars in the Southern Sky
Observing location
Les Touches de PĂ©rigny, France
Canon Powershot G7X
15s F1.8 ISO 1600

A view of the three naked eye superior planets in the southern morning sky. Jupiter is to the right of the photo, with Scorpius to its left and then Saturn and Mars in Sagittarius with the southern Milky Way visible.

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