Night of the Planets

Took these stacked images of Jupiter, Saturn and Mars Thursday night under a bright moon. All three planets (and the moon) were all visible at 1AM. The images were taken
with a Imaging Source Video camera (DFK21AU04.AS) and an
Explore Scientific ED127 APO refractor. Processing of the video images was done using freeware AutoStakkert. Each
image consists of a stack of 200 (out of 2000) frames.

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