Object: A moonlit desert sky passes overhead.
    Exposure: 2 minutes
    Lens: Nikon 16mm fisheye @ f/2.8
    Mount: Fixed Tripod
    Film: 35mm Kodak Ektachrome P1600, pushed +2 to ISO 1600
    Location: Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California
    Date: 11/17-18/99
    Comments: The constellation of Orion can be seen rising on the left side of the photograph while the planets Saturn and Jupiter pose near the meridian and the overexposed Moon begins its decent towards the western horizon. High altitude cirrus clouds can also be seen passing overhead...the remnants of a early season storm system.

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