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Old 06-14-22, 01:56 PM
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Don't forget...

...tonight is a strawberry super moon night. 😎

Just Google it, so I don't have to mis-type anything. 🙄😁
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Wait, it gets better than last night? Sweet!!
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^^^^ Some of those photos were definitely a few steak and kidney pies ago......
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Not sure where can be seen but locally before sunrise all the planets can be seen in the SE to S horizon, in order.
wont be able to see the last two gas giants without magnification but they are there.

also many of the Moons of Jupiter.
tomorrow, the Moon shows up in the correct sequence for Earth.

next chance, 2041
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A good night to take your Strawberry out for a spin.
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Originally Posted by repechage View Post
Not sure where can be seen but locally before sunrise all the planets can be seen in the SE to S horizon, in order.
wont be able to see the last two gas giants without magnification but they are there.

also many of the Moons of Jupiter.
tomorrow, the Moon shows up in the correct sequence for Earth.

next chance, 2041
About 6 weeks ago, there was a planetary alignment visible in my area, though not in order. The rise times were close enough that just before sunrise, they were in a relatively narrow field of view. Despite the local light pollution...

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Well, I'm on a super crappy cell phone for now, so I get super crappy pics. 🙄😟 But I did see "my" deer herd again (about a dozen this time), around 5:45 in the AM. 😎 Apparently, my phone's too crappy to upload my crappy pics. Sorry, maybe someone else got a good pic of the moon, at least.
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Wait, it gets better than last night? Sweet!!
Man, it looked gigantic to me, definitely worth seeing. 👍 I think I'm gonna need a nap today though. 😁
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Originally Posted by repechage View Post
Not sure where can be seen but locally before sunrise all the planets can be seen in the SE to S horizon, in order.
wont be able to see the last two gas giants without magnification but they are there.

also many of the Moons of Jupiter.
tomorrow, the Moon shows up in the correct sequence for Earth.

next chance, 2041
I was up right around 5:00 AM, and "kinda" saw it, but it was already pretty light out, from the moon. The sun didn't rise till about 6:00, so I thought it would be easier to see than it was. 🤔 Still pretty darn cool though. And I doubt I'll still be alive for the next one. 😁😉
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