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New Year's Eve Planet Conjunction Thread

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« Reply #60 on: January 06, 2009, 01:22:37 am »

Went out this evening, cause I was bored, I tried a few different things with the tripod, but it was cold!

I went out on this frozen lake, I saw people walking on it eariler, but there was a small open water section, so I wasnt sure, but I went out anyway. Just as I was getting comfortable, I hear this noise like it was coming from my stomach, then all the sudden a big POP! I still don't know what it was, but it definately spooked me out lol. Anyway Im suprised after just 2 days how far apart they are now! Here are a couple...

(one thing I forgot to note, look just above Jupiter - you can see a dust spek [actually 3 speks] that somehow got on my Sensor! Im pretty mad about that)


Im checking Mercury out with the Bino's (its in the drivers side window)



Does anyone know how much it costs to get your sensor cleaned?
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