Dottore Graziano (antoniseb) wrote,
Dottore Graziano
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Phobos and Jupiter

This is a picture of Phobos (Mars' innermost and largest moon) and Jupiter, as photographed by one of the orbiters.

You can't see the stars or the moons of Jupiter in this picture because the brightness of Jupiter and Phobos required equalization levels for the image that washed them out, more or less the same as why your eyes don't usually see stars right next to the Full Moon.
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