Moon and Jupiter

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Moon and Jupiter in a close conjunction on July 1, 2017 (Saturday).

The small dot in right bottom part of the image is planet Jupiter. The enlarged Jupiter is in the frame above.

Photos above: Moon and detail of the terminator – the border of the illuminated part of the Moon.

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Jozef Kozár, PhD (February 27, 2024) Moon and Jupiter. Retrieved from https://www.jozefkozar.com/lab/2017/07/03/moon-and-jupiter/.
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