Conjunction of the Moon, Venus, Mars and Jupiter - 24 Nov. 1995
By this time the Sun is well set and the sky has darkened enough to also make Jupiter visible below Venus and Mars, but still bright enough to silhouette the outline of the 40" telescope dome against the sky. On 24 November 1995 the 2¼ day old Moon joined the conjunction to complete the picture.
(Also see this picture and this related picture.)
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