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Jupiter and Saturn in the Southern Sky


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About this observation
Andrew Paterson
Time of observation
03/07/2019 - 22:36
Jupiter and Saturn in the Southern Sky
Observing location
Hill Head Shore Fareham
Canon Powershot G7X
8s F1.8 ISO 400

The southern sky over the Solent looking towards the Isle of Wight showing Jupiter almost central and Saturn towards the leftt. Jupiter lies above the body of Scorpius leading down to Shaula just visible above the southern horizon, and Saturn is in Sagittarius just left of the teapot lid asterism.

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