Mercury, Saturn, and Jupiter at Dawn

Here are the latest photos from AAA member, Alexander Krivenyshev! Check out his website, WorldTimeZone.com, his Instagram, and his Twitter!

Mercury, Saturn, and Jupiter in the glow light of dawn on February 17, 2021:

Photo: Alexander Krivenyshev.
Photo: Alexander Krivenyshev.
Photo: Alexander Krivenyshev.

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