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iPhone Moon, Saturn, Jupiter

Posted: 31 October 2022

Sunday, 30 October 2022, was cloudy but there was a nice sunset.


The sky cleared on Monday, 31 October.

Open: Monday, 31 October 2022, 1806 MST
Temperature: 77°F
Session: 1798
Conditions: Clear

12" f/8 LX600 w/StarLock
2" 24mm UWA eyepiece
2" 9mm 100° eyepiece

iPhone 13 Pro Max

1810 MST: LX600 ON, StarLock OFF, High Precision OFF.

Viewed the Moon, 102X.

Took this handheld iPhone 13 Pro Max afocal 102X photo of the Moon using the NightCap Camera app (ISO 34, 1/2500sec, 1X lens).


Viewed the Moon, 271X.

Took these handheld iPhone 13 Pro Max afocal 271X photos of the Moon's northern and southern regions using the NightCap Camera app (ISO 34, 1/210sec and 1/60sec, 1X lens).


This is me inside Cassiopeia Observatory, taken with the iPhone Camera app (Night Mode, 3 seconds, 1X lens).


Viewed Saturn and then Jupiter, 271X. Took these handheld afocal 271X images using the iPhone for an upcoming review.


Viewed Jupiter, 102X.

1951 MST: LX600 OFF.

Close: Monday, 31 October 2022, 1959 MST
Temperature: 60°F
Session Length: 1h 53m
Conditions: Clear

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