Last night, I took a timelapse video of the waning gibbous moon rising in the night sky using my usual method. Unfortunately the focus was a little off. Apparently “infinity” focus was inappropriate.
The moon was accompanied on its celestial journey last night by Antares, the 16th brightest star in the night sky, only a mere 600 light years away. Antares is the central star in the constellation Scorpius, forming the center of the scorpion’s cephalothorax.
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