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#16    dragon15066

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Posted 01 May 2012 - 01:00 AM

The time was about 7:30 in the evening. Now that I know it's Venus, I sometimes replay it because it's just awesome to see . I hope everyone got to see the video though because I didn't upload it correctly before. HavocWing, I di remember seeing Venus with what I thought was a star for awhile. It's not there now so I guess it was Juputer. I just like looking up and knowing that they are planets and not stars. I'm not very good at astronomy so your imput is appreciated.

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Posted 01 May 2012 - 12:18 PM

Dragon, I congratulate you for getting out there, and seeing the awe in the heavens - Venus at its maximum brightness and elongation is a beautiful sight!

And while you were obviously having a problem getting that camera to focus, you had it on a tripod by the looks, and you even zoomed back to show us a bit of background - well done, and thanks for saving us from the usual seasickness..

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