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10 hours ago, Rush2112 said:

I'm sure you've captured  Lyrid meteor at about 1:40, correct me if I'm wrong. I managed to see 3 of them between 10:15 and 11:20 pm. One for a split second was travelling the other two appeared as bright white flashes. Daughter and I doing a meteor watch tonight.

I think it was just a plane but did capture a meteor possibly a Lyrid on a timelapse, 3 years ago

 

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My dad took this footage of Saturn last night with his Nikon Coolpix p100 camera  

Moon, Mercury and Venus last evening

Also this rare 3-way meeting of the Moon, Mercury and Venus

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35 minutes ago, Weather-history said:

I think it was just a plane but did capture a meteor possibly a Lyrid on a timelapse, 3 years ago

 

Captured it for you?

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hoping to see some tonight and i might get my cam out to film it.

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Theres a good view of Mercury and Venus close together tonight right now. They'll be even closer tomorrow night.

Mercury reaches its greatest elongation on the 30th as Venus quickly races lower in the sky.

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I've waited a bit to see this and as would be typical despite the sunniest spring on record it has actually been cloudy the last two nights to the north-west so I've missed it so far!

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23 hours ago, Weather-history said:

My dad took this footage of Saturn last night with his Nikon Coolpix p100 camera

 

Jupiter and 3 of the Galilean moons

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Saturn

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21st December 2020 is the big day. They will be visually at their closest together as seen from Earth  since 1623

 

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Betelgeuse, the bright star in the constellation of Orion, has been fascinating astronomers in the recent months because of its unusually strong decline in brightness. Scientists have been...

 

They think the dimming earlier this year was caused by a huge sunspot rather than dust. 

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I didn't know whether to post this here, or create a new thread... But, hey, the latest NASA pics/vids of Mars are simply astounding IMO:

 

What a beautiful Solar System we just happen to inhabit!:oldgood:

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On 18/07/2020 at 11:34, General Cluster said:

I didn't know whether to post this here, or create a new thread... But, hey, the latest NASA pics/vids of Mars are simply astounding IMO:

 

What a beautiful Solar System we just happen to inhabit!:oldgood:

Stunning video. Never ceases to amaze me when I see these kinds of images that we really are looking at another planet, totally untouched apart from the tracks left behind by our humble rovers.

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