On March 29, a wonderful event took place in South Africa, although many did not notice it for obvious reasons: the moon coincides with Saturn.
The world of astronomy was a great event that several had captured in places where it was visible, but this special shooting is paying attention to us because the main capture device was a smartphone, especially the Galaxy S8:
It was impressive. This morning # The moon #Saturn # Culture entering from #Johannesburg captured by a # GalaxyS8 7mm eyepiece 2 x Barlow and 8 inch sky worthy telescope 5 second vine race through PIPP and stacked with registax #Smartphone # Astrophotography pic.twitter.com/H8sSirrS2Z
– GrantPetersen (@ GP_O11) March 29, 2019
Grant Petersen describes himself as an amateur astrophotographer and says he used one of these gadgets, in addition to his phone, a Sky-Watcher telescope and more:
Petersen gave Business Insider the following statements:
When such an event arrives and everything happens according to plan, and we can avoid problems such as weather, equipment failure or human error, it feels it is a great achievement.
The picture is actually a set of one mounted on one, and S8 is mounted on a telescope and captures the moment when Saturn hides behind our satellite.
The result is fantastic and we recommend that you follow this enthusiast, who from time to time shares the jewelry he uses with his instruments and Galaxy S8:
– GrantPetersen (@ GP_O11) April 19, 2019
Source: Fayer Wayer