Guys, it's all about Jupiter these days. In the June 2019 Skywatching Tips from NASA, it was noted that Jupiter is the biggest and brightest it has ever been, rising at dusk and remaining visible all night. That's amazing, right?! We all know that Jupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system, but yesterday i.e. 10 of June we had the opportunity to actually witness its vastness with our naked eye.
The #moon through my telescope tonight. I can’t get a lock on Jupiter but I did get the Queen! I haven’t attached the cell mount yet but will tomorrow. Had no idea this would turn out so good just by angling the camera through the lens! #magic #astronomy #celestron pic.twitter.com/7AyUL0Bnxc
— 🕯Devin Hunter🕯 (@MrDevinHunter) 11 June 2019
Jupiter Opposition tonight...Canon 80D view. Still learning, however BAM ! View from Coweta, OK 6/10/19 pic.twitter.com/Hu7rVrF8FM
— David Ballew (@okchaserthunder) 11 June 2019
— Christopher Andrews (@_ChrisJAndrews) 11 June 2019
— # 1 Bros Fan USA (@BrosFanUS) 11 June 2019
My picture from tonight of Jupiter & 4 moons. pic.twitter.com/n2ePdLlX5H
— Merrilee Jones (@MerrileeJones13) 11 June 2019
— Jimmer Negamanee from Menominee (@mtsheppy) 8 June 2019
— Kirsten (@chigurrlk) 11 June 2019
Just thought this was cool. I read that you could see the moons around Jupiter tonight with your camera. Here is my attempt to capture. Wish I could have taken a clearer picture but I think Jupiter is pretty far away. pic.twitter.com/h1qYxbmqkL
— Greg Eppes (@TheRealMrEppes) 11 June 2019
Stunning, isn't it? Jupiter and its four biggest moons show us the real extensiveness of the universe. Our day, nay, month is made!
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