Procyon (the large red star in Orion) over my roof, (astronomy cold+snap from+the+sky sky trees nighttime ). Photo by Glaswegian
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Procyon (the large red star in Orion) over my roof,

Uploaded by: Glaswegian

Thursday February 27, 2014

WINNIPEG, Canada

Caption: on a cold February night

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Image Length: 3072

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6. Glaswegian
11:46 PM GMT on February 28, 2014
I'm sure you'll get the hang of it Shirley! Your other images are so good! Congratulations!
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5. WeatherWise
2:06 PM GMT on February 28, 2014
Went back to check and think WU and I together decided it was perhaps Venus.
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4. WeatherWise
2:00 PM GMT on February 28, 2014
Love your sky captures with the night sky!
I have not tried that yet other than the
moon and perhaps Saturn - forget pehaps it
was Mercury....I will have to check back.
I did not have a lot of luck with it. Perhaps
I will try again as it gets warmer at night.
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3. Glaswegian
11:41 AM GMT on February 27, 2014
Yes I can see the belt of Orion now, bottom center of the image! Thanks for the tip Leeroy!
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2. LeeroyOfBlackburrow
3:03 AM GMT on February 27, 2014
That's Betelgeuse in Orion. You were close! :)
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1. Glaswegian
2:55 AM GMT on February 27, 2014
I think that should have been ("Procyon....in Canis Minor")-Sorry!!
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