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08 01 2019 Lake Irene Milky Way (Colorado)

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Info from Mike Frazier "Beautiful! Jupiter dominates the picture on the right side of the frame. Saturn is the bright "star" on the left side. Top of Sagittarius "teapot" is along the trees. Lots of nebula is easily visible
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What a gorgeous puzzle!

nanapuzzler

Amen Terren! I was born there in '46 and we used to go on drives to Pike's Peak, Red Rocks Canyon, Garden of the Gods, Lookout Mountain etc. We would have picnics and enjoy the beauty. No TV or technology, just beauty!!

boston_jack

..........ah ha !...........I knew I was right.........can't fool Boston_Jack........no siree bob.........
..........and Colorado is a great state to visit.............year round...........been there a couple of times and loved it........!

terren

boston_jack Of course you're right. Saturn is not a star. And Colorado is full of scenes as beautiful as this, day and night. No need to go on vacation when you live here!

boston_jack

...........I was pretty sure I was right........according to Wikipedia and I quote: Saturn is the sixth "planet" from the Sun and the second-largest in the Solar System, after Jupiter. It is a gas giant with an average radius about nine times that of Earth. (so definitely not a star) .........
...........and I love the camp fire in the distance...........great scene........!

boston_jack

........sorry, Saturn is not a star..........but I'll check just to make sure.......

nanapuzzler

That was in 1954 when I went. It is still wonderful acoustics but it is sad about the stars.

terren

nanapuzzler -- They still have concerts at Red Rocks. It's a great venue. But can't see the Milky Way from there. You're right about the light pollution.

nanapuzzler

So beautiful! Thanks, Terren, for the puzzle. One of my happiest memories was hearing a symphony in Red Rocks Canyon in Colorado under a billion stars at 7 years old. Now we can never see the Milky Way because of all the light pollution.

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