Moon, Jupiter, Galaxy, meteor, 



    
        

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Moon, Jupiter, Galaxy, meteor

Moon, Jupiter, Galaxy, meteor, 



    
        

            saeid

Moon, Jupiter, Galaxy, meteor

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Basic astrometry details

Astrometry.net job: 2970856

Resolution: 1824x1194

Data source: Traveller

Description

Given that the sun is now near the constellations such as scorpions and arches, in the last days of possibly galaxy observation in Iran I go back to the summit of Sabalan peak. By changing season and arrival of the cold weather, you will find it difficult to take more risks and dangers, such as a wolf or bear attack. In this image, Sabalan is seen between the two peaks which are less than its height.

In this photo, the new moon is moving west to set. Following the moon, the largest planet of the solar system, Jupiter, the second brightest object in the photo is moving to the west too. And followed by the Milky Way Galaxy, which consists of billions of stars or extra-solar planets, is moving toward the sunset, and Saturn is also following them on their way to the sunset. But the interesting thing about this image is the collision of a meteor with the atmosphere on the left side of the image, and it has shown a significant luster that I was lucky enough to have these contents in a box.

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