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21:22 GMT - taken with my C8 and Canon 80D on high frame burst. Processed in PSCC 😉

No Chris, nothing that accurate, but I see that Calsky is giving a seperation of 0.8 deg from Loughborough (which is the nearest big town to me) so the website I was looking at isn't as inaccurate as

If the graphics on the website are any where near to being accurate, there should be another close pass to the moon on the 21:23 pass tomorrow evening.

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1 hour ago, Clive said:

If the graphics on the website are any where near to being accurate, there should be another close pass to the moon on the 21:23 pass tomorrow evening.

Is that Calsky website Clive?

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33 minutes ago, Chris P. said:

Is that Calsky website Clive?

No Chris, nothing that accurate, but I see that Calsky is giving a seperation of 0.8 deg from Loughborough (which is the nearest big town to me) so the website I was looking at isn't as inaccurate as I expected 😁

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