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    Re: Sun-Venus distance observation
    From: Tony Oz
    Date: 2020 Mar 27, 12:35 -0700

    Dear Igor,

    Yes, it is very interesting indeed! :)

    Today I set my new personal record in this: I spotted Venus on 2020-03-27UT10:30 (13:30RTZ2) - the earliest time ever.

    But I forgot about the Moon!!! :(
    Later in the yesterday's evening I saw it - should have tried today, along with Venus...

    Compared to the very first session (2020-03-22) conditions - all these days were sort of foggy/misty, very rarely the sky was as clear as then. I use a СНО-Т with its 7x Keplerian scope. No matter how I try to focus it - I can't see the Venus's crescend. Did you see it?

    Warm regards,
    Tony
    60°N 30°E

       
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