Saturn met up with Jupiter tonight, in case you hadn’t heard about it on the news.
It was cloudy here, but only partly cloudy, so I decided I’d take a quick run out of town with my camera equipment, to see if I could get any photos.
I stepped outside and discovered I didn’t need to go anywhere—it was visible from my driveway. So I set up there, and snapped some photos of Jupiter + Saturn in between the clouds.
In the boxes, top-left to bottom-right, are Callisto, Io, and Europa. Ganymede is too close to Jupiter for my lens to separate it.
The half-moon looked lovely, too, so I got some of the sunshine reflected off it, too.
All the photos were taken with my 55–250mm lens, at 250mm, f/5.6, varying times and ISOs.
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