For both pictures I used the same shutter speed of 1/13 second, and the same ISO of 200. However the Moon showed up best with a small aperture setting of f32, while Jupiter was set to f5.
While waiting for a break in the clouds I started taking a picture sequence of the sunset. For some of the later pictures I adjusted the aperture setting to smaller values which in turn brightened the picture.
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