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Took picture of "Super Moon" today:

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Brilliant Venus and bright Jupiter still rise together before dawn. The
peaceful waters by a small lakeside house near Stuttgart, Germany reflect
their graceful arcing trails in this composited series of exposures, recorded
on the morning of July 26. A reflection of planet Earth's rotation on its axis,
the concentric trails of these celestial beacons along with trails of stars are
punctuated at their ends by a separate final frame in the morning skyview.
Easy to pick out, Venus is brightest and near the trees close to the
horizon. Jupiter arcs above it, toward the center of the image along with
the compact Pleiades star cluster and V-shaped Hyades anchored by bright
star Aldebaran. One trail looks wrong, though. Not concentric with the
others and so not a reflection of Earth's rotation, the International Space
Station streaks off the right side of this scene, glinting in sunlight as it
orbits planet Earth.


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Partially eclipsed Sun setting in the Manila Bay in the Phillippines.


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^that is surreal. love it.
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Default 08-02-2012, 11:56 PM

Wow, the crescent moon in the last picture looks absolutely stunning. Why do I never get to see sights like that?


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