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Mira at its maximum
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The star Mira Ceti, in the constellation of Cetus (the Whale), is one of the most spectacular variables stars. Its brightness vary from magnitude 10 (hardly visible with large binoculars) to the magnitude 2,5 (easily visible to the naked-eye).
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Instrument   50 mm focal length, composite of 24 pictures
Exposure & film   6 s with digital camera Canon 5D MarkII + Sigma 50mm F1.4 EX DG
Date & place   October 10, 2010, Pluguffan (Finistère)

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