A nice clear morning today; it was too bright out to see faint Comet Ison next to Mars and Regulus, but here’s their photo anyway – Mars is the redder and the star, Regulus is the bluer of the two ‘stars’ to the lower right at the bottom of the backwards question mark that makes up the front mane and paws of Leo the lion
…Canon XS 55mm lens, 15 second exposure, ISO 800, F6.3; cropped
Where to look for Saturn in the sky…
Saturn is up before the morning twilight, low in the southeast just before sunrise, keeping company with Jupiter and Mars.
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