Conjunction of Venus and Mercury

By: Xiaoshan Huang


Sichuan, China

2016 December 10


From the photographer: "Mercury is a relatively strange planet, it usually fades in sunlight. However, near the greatest eastern elongation, we could see it after sunset. Click the constellation icon above the photo for labels."
Technical details: single-exposure under moonlight
Xiaoshan Huang

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