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Jupiter over Ephesus

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by EnigmaMaitreya, Jul 18, 2008.

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  1. EnigmaMaitreya

    EnigmaMaitreya Crazed Zealot
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    I thought this was a very nice picture, especially when viewd as a panoramic view.

    Jupiter over Ephesus

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    kay, that was worth all that scrolling :) thanks!
     
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    Apart from the sky brilliant Ephesus Jupiter with the full moon tonight. Since Jupiter is near opposition, literally opposite the Sun in the sky of planet Earth, Jupiter rises at sunset as the full moon. Of course, the opposition also approach the nearest point with Jupiter shining at its brightest and the best prospects for skygazers. Recorded late last month, Cursor Skyscaper Ephesus Jupiter on the horizon southeast and the marble streets of the ancient port city of Ephesus, located in modern Turkey. At left is a temple dedicated to the Roman emperor Hadrian. The beautiful night sky as the arc of the northern Milky Way. Lighting on the horizon are from the nearby town of Selcuk. If you click on the picture will download the scene as a panorama.

    Ephesus
     
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    Ancient Ephesus is praiseworthy; ancient thread resurrection is not.
     
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