The New Moon is tonight. That means no moon to us stargazers.
We've had some clear skies again this week. Sandra's cousin, Bud Gillan, and I zoomed down South to check out the stars.
I also shot a few quickie images to remember it by.
The sky glow from Venezuela was much brighter than usual that night.
I read later that two different meteor showers peaked that night, but we didn't see a single meteor over a three plus hour time span.
It was pretty dark out. I couldn't even begin to see the huts when I was standing by the obelisk. The camera collected a lot more photons during the a ten second exposures.
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