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Venus Catching up with Earth, 


            Damien Cannane

Venus Catching up with Earth

Acquisition type: Lucky imaging

Technical card

Date:May 13, 2020

Time: 21:07

Frames: 5642

FPS: 188.00000

Focal length: 4100

Seeing: 1

Transparency: 4

Resolution: 603x603

Locations: My Back Yard, Copley, OH, United States

Data source: Backyard


This image was acquired on May 13, 2020. From our perspective on Earth, Venus is quickly catching up with us and will "pass by" our planet on June 3rd. Between now and then, the "Evening Star" will become less and less illuminated until it disappears from our sky in late May. It will reemerge as the "Morning Star" around the middle of June.



Damien Cannane
License: None (All rights reserved)


Venus Catching up with Earth, 


            Damien Cannane