Date Time: October 17, 2015 0615-0645hrs
Weather: Frost, no wind, clear to partly cloudy, and -2C.
Attendance: David M.
Equipment: Canon Rebel Xsi with 18-55mm and 75-300mm lenses on tripod.
Objective: To view and image the Mars and Jupiter which were reported to be a half degree apart on this morning.
- Very nice bright conjunction of Venus Mars and Jupiter. Mars and Jupiter were about a half finger width apart in the sky, as measured by holding by arm outstretched.
- No Aurora activity.
- No shootings stars seen, but many satellites were seen.