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Sabine Jun 15
I just took a photo (just one? who am I kidding?) of with its 4 Galilean moons -Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. Time to buy a tripod.
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Toctik Jun 16
Replying to @TerryLovejoy66
Got me beat, but I was just holding a secondhand Sony point-and-shoot camera up to an old Russian spotting scope. That I got anything where I could point out the moons was all I was after!
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Ammar Aljghami Jun 16
In this short video you can see the shot with ×40 optical zoom lens. Right next to it you can see and if you look closely you can see up to 4 of its moons (as flickering pixels).
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FelipeSg Jun 16
The Moon and Jupiter last night. Jun 16 2019.
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DD Jun 16
Replying to @DavidBflower
Thanks so much, David :) .. here they are
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Ian Griffin Jun 15
Another picture of Jupiter last night at 13:10UTC. Taken from my back garden in Portobello using a Skywatcher 150mm refractor. You can see the moon Io to the right of the planet and the red spot is just coming into view.
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GrantPetersen Jun 16
rise, with Moons, from top Europa, Io, Ganymede and Callisto
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gups 🌈 52s
is pretty bloody awesome! Check out this extreme close up of fat bastard
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Paul F Jun 16
and looking good tonight
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Ian Griffin Jun 15
Jupiter and it’s moons Europa and Io as seen from my garden last night. The red spot is also just visible on the right limb also.
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Trevor Henderson Jun 16
Clouds rolling in to block the moon and
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NASA JPL Jun 11
Have you seen in the night sky? It's not too late! Here's where and when to look to see it, and four of its largest moons:
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Mikail Şahan Jun 16
Replying to @rifkyman
this is what I see from here
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Christian Fröschlin Jun 13
Short animation of Io disappearing behind last night. 60 x 750 x 25 ms Ha 35 nm in Celestron 8" at f/10.
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YashB 2h
Couldn’t get my tripod to stand still but here it is, Jupiter. It’s the brightest one in the picture.
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Issar 🐼♡. 20h
- knowing that there's such a beautiful thing like this out there in our Galaxy makes me really happy.
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iyeh Jun 11
061119 at Opposition with its 4 moons-Io, Europa, Callisto, Ganymede.
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Anton Petrov 11h
Northern parts of the belt as seen by the mission
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GrantPetersen Jun 11
with Galileian moons, L to R - Io, Ganymede, Callisto and Europa 2019.06.11 7mm eyepiece and Celestron nexstar 8"
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Mark Tarello Jun 16
WOW! Planet Jupiter next to the Moon tonight seen from Mankato, MN. Photo courtesy of Sandy Bartlett.
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