is visible at at the moment and so here it is. I’ve labelled the following A: , for orientation, J: Jupiter, G: , E: , C: and you can just see I: as a bulge to the bottom right of Jupiter itself. Data from . Exposure time: 1.3 s, F/6.3.

Of course, I didn’t forget my original intention and so here is our nearest companion in the . I used a shutter speed of 1/5000 s and that’s why the looks much darker than it really appeared to the naked eye.

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I was going to take a photograph of the this afternoon and as I was going to the -facing side of the house, I noticed that an was on approach from the . When have an component then the active at the is #08 and we’re not far from the .

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