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dgrosvold
 Wednesday, November 28 2012 @ 08:17 pm EST (Read 1371 times)  
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Hey all -

I caught the Moon and Jupiter rising in conjunction this evening from the ranch. It's a bit difficult, but you can see Jupiter at about the 11 o'clock position just outside the Moon's halo. Check out the jet trail above the trees lit by the brightness of the Full Moon (thought they looked like cirrus clouds at first, but I now believe it is a jet trail.)

BTW - the original Hebrew names of these two are Luna ("dweller") and Tzedek ("righteous or justice".)

Enjoy!


Dave - Morrow, AR
 
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Pablo Rosell
 Wednesday, November 28 2012 @ 11:27 pm EST  
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Gorgeous! What a composition!


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 Wednesday, November 28 2012 @ 11:35 pm EST  
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Thanks Pablo! Big Grin


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