KevinJamesNg

Traveling through time and space & Doing timey wimy stuff.

#iPhonePhotography | #木星 #滿月 – on a very frosty Antarctica #Auckland #NewZealand before also during the #FullMoon #Jupiter of June 2018…… A Gallery

June 3, 2018


It was a very extremely frosty below five degrees Celsius Antarctica first June 2018 during the full moon at Auckland Observatory in which the moon was at that time on the first of June in which the night before in the between  constellation of  Scorpio also Sagittarius.. As it was following the second largest gaseous planet then now behind Saturn….. The night was almost crystalline clear as both in which the largest Planet Jupiter was in the constellation Libra…  rising in the eastern Auckland night skies…

Looking recently of last later month of May is Jupiter’s coral red spot in which looking through the Edith Winstone Blackwell 30 inch diameter Smith Cassegrain Carl Zeiss Telescope in which Edith is the nickname for it…  you can see back in averagely forty minutes ago back in time of Jupiter’s red spot in which is the best feature of the night among with Jupiter’s Galilean moons Io, Europa, Castillo, and Ganymede……

Following the moon ever so slowly later in the night as it transition from waxing Gibbous towards the full moon…  is also trialing behind is the rust planet Mars known 火星 Fiery Star in which Chinese Term the planet in which it’s amberic orange colour all those thousands years ago….  In which is following behind the constellation of Sagittarius…

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