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Old 17-11-2023, 03:04 PM
sabertime (stephen saber)
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Adventures With Celestia

Jupiter and Saturn's 2020 grand tease (conjunction) gave us a bright, beautiful doublestar naked-eye, and it was nice viewing them in the same scope field. But I wanted more.
Blowing the dust off a 20-year-old Celestia CD, I tweaked the event parallax into a full occultation. This triggered a bucket list of location/time based planetary, sun, and moon event simulations that might be observed with future space flight capabilities. There's some other astro-related clips made just for kicks as well.
If anything, it's been cheap therapy to help get me through countless cloudy nights. Enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/@saberzastrovidz

Peace, Stephen
PAC/Astronomical League
http://www.tinyurl.com/saberdoesthestarz
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