VegaStar Carpentier took this photo of the moon and Jupiter on March 17, 2013, near Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, France. Carpentier used a Canon EOS1000D, F/5.6, and exposure time of five seconds with an ISO 400, 119mm to capture this image.
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The moon and Jupiter are framed beautifully between the branches of a tree in this delightful night sky photo.
VegaStar Carpentier took this photo on March 17 near Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, France. Carpentier used a Canon EOS1000D, F/5.6, with exposure time of five seconds, an ISO at 400 and 119mm to capture this image.
Since November of last year, the two celestial objects have been spotted in a series of conjunctions. In February, the moon made its closest approach to Jupiter on Feb. 18 for those in North America.
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