Distance perspectives

Posted by talbotj
on Monday, August 18, 2014

Jon Talbot

Image of the Moon and Mars on July 5th 2014. The moon is nearly 240,000 miles distant and Mars 95 million miles, nearly the same distance we are from the sun but merely a speck in the sky.
Stellarvue SVQ100, STL 11K camera. (5) R, G, and B images of .005 sec stacked.

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