Conjunction of Moon and planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn 2002
This was one of the most notable conjunctions of the recent history:
Wikipedia described it as:
Venus, Mars and Saturn appeared close together in the evening sky in early May 2002, with a conjunction of Mars and Saturn occurring on 4 May. This was followed by a conjunction of Venus and Saturn on 7 May, and another of Venus and Mars on 10 May …. A series of conjunctions between the Moon and, in order, Saturn, Mars and Venus took place on 14 May.
The following images were taken at the time when they all appeared together in the sky Moon and planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn on May 13, 2002:
Photographed with Kodak Elite Chrome 400 positive film
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