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Sunday, January 06, 2013


Spica, the Moon and the International Space Station

The Moon, with Spica close by, and the International Space station around 4:45 ACDST, as seen from Adelaide 2 seconds at 400 ASA(Canon IXUS, click to embiggen to see Spica).Spica just about to go behind the Moon at 5:26 ACDST, Infinity to infinity focusing, Canon IXUS through a 20 mm eyepiece on a 4" Newtonian.

Preliminary results from my imaging of the occultation of the bright star Spica (alpha Virginis), more later on.

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