I was very doubtful that I would get a chance to see the minimum separation event for this conjunction as the afternoon was overcast with some rain. But a miracle occurred and the clouds cleared out to the west after sunset.
Even so, conditions were not as good as yesterday. I had to shoot through light clouds for this evening, with the result that Venus was embedded in a cocoon of scattered light.
The moons of Jupiter which are visible are (upper left to lower right) Ganymede, Europa, Io, and Callisto.
- Camera: Fuji X-T1
- Exposure: 4.5 sec. @ ISO 400
- Lens: Fuji 18-55mm @ 55mm
- Camera: Nikon D600
- Exposure: 1/10 sec. @ ISO 1600
- Telescope: Borg 100ED (f/6.4) + 1.04x flattener
- Mount: Losmandy GM8