Jupiter & Saturn are fully in the constellation of Sagittarius (The Archer) and the Gibbous Moon has just entered into the neighbouring constellation of Capricornus (The Ram).
The sky was very bright because of the Moonlight but you could still see the patterns of the constellation with the brighter stars on display. I’ve also named some of the other constellations in the area that are now setting in the western sky.
Jupiter and Saturn will now been seen coming closer and closer together for there rare 20 year conjunction that will happen on the 21st December 2020…so keep an eye on this wonderful astronomical event over the next couple of months :-)
Image taken at on the field at Leyburn at my Stardust Observatory with a Canon 70D camera and a Tamron 18-400mm lens on a camera tripod. The setting were set at ISO400 and exposure 15 seconds the focal length was 18mm and image was cropped slightly.