The Western sky last night at about 8:10pm. Click on the picture to see it bigger.
While not the sheer stretch that last month's 17 hour old Moon was, the 26 hour old Moon from last night was still a bit of a challenge, especially with the wispy clouds hanging low in the West. Still, I managed to get a shot of the conjunction with my Canon 30D and a Tokina 100mm macro lens. Missed the shot last night? Don't worry, tonight will be even easier.
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