Jupiter and Asteroid Vesta
At the beginning of the summer, whilst still observing with the Durham University Astronomical Society we spent time on a couple of occasions looking for
With this in mind I went outside earlier on to have a look at this encounter through my
Jupiter and retinue (8s, f/3.3, ISO 400, 72mm focal length):http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1417/1279327049_476814502a.jpg
I was lucky to catch anything as shortly after putting my camera away the clouds had rolled in and the stars were lost.
If you do get the chance be sure to check this out (Vesta is around magnitude 7 and therefore requires binoculars to see) as the two will remain close together for the next few days.