After a long break in image processing, I'm taking advantage of this quarantine to dust off my images from my trip to Namibia.
I almost forgot I still had this one, already half processed, so it didn't take me too long to finish and publish it.
One of the most beautiful objects of the southern hemisphere: Omega Centauri
Just a quick snap done with a small 60mm telescope and my Canon EOS 80D during April's 2020 conjunction between the bright planet and the Pleiades.
This is a relatively rare encounter, occuring only every 8 years, always in April.
The nebulosity around the Pleiades is completely outshined by Venus, the brightest object in the sky except for the Sun and the Moon.