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Venusian Loop

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Posted by S Sharman on October 5, 2001 03:59:47 UTC

in the oct issue of S&T in the gallery section, there's a great composite of venus. i was wondering how this is done. if you went out and took the shot at EXACTLY the same time night after night wouldn't the planet be off by a degree each night due to Earth's orbit? so to compensate do you subtract time every night to get the same sky as the first night?

simple question from a simple newbie
thanks

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