As a follow-up to my post the other day about seeing Jupiter during the daytime here is a cropped portion of one of the pictures I took of the waning gibbous Moon and Jupiter. The Moon, in this picture, is somewhat overexposed in order to include Jupiter.
This picture was taken sometime after 7:30 am CDT so the sky was fairly bright but knowing where to look for Jupiter made it an easy naked-eye daytime sighting. Jupiter is the dot in the upper left corner.
Jupiter-Moon Conjunction 10/26
This is a cropped portion of one of the pictures I took earlier this morning around 7:15 am CDT. Jupiter is the faint dot in the upper right corner. I would have waited a little longer to take these pictures but high cirrus clouds were moving in and covering the area of the sky where the Moon and Jupiter were located.
Click here to go to the Qué tal in the Current Skies web site for more observing information for this month.