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Jupiter, the only "star" in the sky
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Instrument   30 mm focal length, composite of 3 pictures
Exposure & film   2.5 - 10 s with digital camera Canon 30D + Sigma 30 EX 1:1.4
Date & place   June 30, 2008, Plomelin (Finistère)
The twinlight has hunted the stars, but Jupiter is still visible toward the South horizon. This picture is an HDR picture.
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