Photograph by Brazilian photographer ‘Emplaca’ of NASA’s day with a record of the conjunction of Venus and Mars. Science

Photograph by Brazilian photographer 'Emplaca' of NASA's day with a record of the conjunction of Venus and Mars.  Science

Astronomy photographer Kiko Fairbairn captured a rare event, the conjunction of Venus and Mars, and . has captured selected image of the day US Space Agency (NASA) this Tuesday (29). (Look up)

As far as G1Fairbairn pointed out that the click should be called . was done on teresopolisFeather Rio de Janeiro, The two planets were seen from Earth’s perspective next to each other during Carnival on March 4 earlier this month. In the mountainous region of the state, Venus can be seen on the left and Mars on the right.

“When two planets pass through the night sky, they can typically be seen together for a week or so,” the agency’s publication said. Moved within 4 degrees distance.” American.

“The featured image was taken a few days ago when Venus was slowly rising in the pre-dawn sky after nightfall, while Mars was slowly setting.”

Other than this, fairbairn show that Photos are not montages, nor do they contain parts added by editing, It uses specialized software to “clean” the image and show all the elements of the space.

“I waited until 3 a.m., which is a time when I knew Venus and Mars would go out there due east. I did all the pre-planning, I set up all my equipment. Interestingly, the east is fine. The mountain range that we see in the picture”.

This is not the first time a Brazilian photographer has had his photographs published by the US space agency. In 2016, hey G1 One of the first records reported chosen by NASA: In this you can see Mars, Saturn and the bright orange star Antares. You can also see part of the galaxy. see below:

Photo selected by NASA, May 2016 — Photo: Kiko Fairbairn

In 2018, Fairbairn managed to capture the lunar eclipse in Rio, On Botafogo beach, with Po de Aquicar as the “frame”. At the time, he said he had planned the photo a week in advance and needed the help of an app to align it so that it could better capture the objects in space.

Photo of a lunar eclipse on Sugarloaf Mountain – Photo: Carlos Kiko Fairbairn / Facebook

See more photos of Fairbairn:

The image shows the constellation of Orion rising over the horizon, with great emphasis on the stars and the famous Orion and Horsehead Nebula and a large Jatoba – Photo: Carlos Fairbairn

The image is from 2015 and shows a photograph of Cruzeiro do Sul taken in Itatia National Park (RJ), but includes other prominent objects such as the Carina Nebula, several star clusters in addition to its arm of the Milky Way – Photo: Carlos Fairbairn

The Milky Way by Carlos Fairbairn — Photo: Carlos Fairbairn

The panorama of the Milky Way was taken in Altiplano, Chile – Photo: Carlos Fairbairn

The play of lights creates a composition with the elements of nature – Photo: Carlos Fairbairn

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