- Posted November 9, 2011 by
Langefonn - Rjukan, Norway
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Jupiter and the Moon conjunction
Last night, sky watchers around the world could observe a conjunction between Jupiter and the Moon. The two objects were only 10° apart. The image from Langefonn near Rjukan in Tinn / Telemark - Norway, shows Jupiter and the Moon in conjunction, while a meteorite also appeared - just when taking the photo.