Mars with your naked eyes NOW!


Status
Not open for further replies.

Darren

ClubSNAP Admin
Staff member
Jan 16, 2002
8,606
26
48
Melbourne
#3
Linkster said:
see Mars with your own eyes now! it's at the 4 o'clock position to the moon! go now.. or else u may miss it!

those with TCs! i'm counting on u to take some incredible photos!! :p
I saw it! I saw it! but too lazy to take out the camera, lenses, TCs, tripod and whatnot ... just commit to main memory enuff ;)
 

jeffgoh

New Member
Jul 22, 2002
461
0
0
jeffgoh.clubsnap.org
#10
West_ray said:
yeah , saw it too ! ... tat was cOolz ... will there be another time?
yup abt 70 years later :devil:

this month is the closes to earth tat y all can see it by naked eye.

today it will b the closest to moon so those who has long long zoom... kekek go go go take some shots. :D
 

djchris

New Member
Jul 21, 2002
712
0
0
34
www.confusedillusions.com
#13
Also saw it...no gear..

Strangely, I thought it was something hovering around the moon (watched too many vampire flicks :D ) coz it was sorta moving..
 

West_ray

Senior Member
Feb 10, 2003
1,864
0
36
Yishun
galleries.photonx.org.
#14
jeffgoh said:
yup abt 70 years later :devil:

this month is the closes to earth tat y all can see it by naked eye.

today it will b the closest to moon so those who has long long zoom... kekek go go go take some shots. :D
wah gd gd gd ... 70 yrs later ... hope can celeb my 90th birthday by watching the MArs ... :D
 

gnail

New Member
Jun 26, 2003
160
0
0
38
#15
West_ray said:
yeah , saw it too ! ... tat was cOolz ... will there be another time?
dun worry, Mars will always be visible to the naked eye, its especially bright this time round cos of its proximity.

other planets such as Jupiter, Saturn and Venus are also visible to the naked eye, if u know where to look. jupiter is usually the brightest "star" on a clear night. remember: stars twinkle, planets don't. :)
 

hengbok

New Member
Feb 19, 2003
89
1
0
ihengbok.blogspot.com
#16
gnail said:
dun worry, Mars will always be visible to the naked eye, its especially bright this time round cos of its proximity.

other planets such as Jupiter, Saturn and Venus are also visible to the naked eye, if u know where to look. jupiter is usually the brightest "star" on a clear night. remember: stars twinkle, planets don't. :)

ermm.. ok.. then what's the bright light which i have taken off at changi?
is that planet venus?

 

gnail

New Member
Jun 26, 2003
160
0
0
38
#17
hengbok said:
ermm.. ok.. then what's the bright light which i have taken off at changi?
is that planet venus?
can't tell from e pic.
but if u ask me to take a guess: Jupiter or Venus. ;p
 

Status
Not open for further replies.
Top Bottom