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Unique photo: How Mars looks like when it's closest to the Earth




 Unique photo: How Mars looks when it is closest to the Earth

Photo: Caters News / Scanpix / LETA

This week, Mars Earth is closest to the past fifteen years – on July 31, the red planet from the human inhabited planet is "nothing" about 57.59 million kilometers, and the celestial body can be clearly seen with the naked eye.

The last time the planet Earth was closest to Earth 15 years ago, Earth Sky reports. The photographer, who lives in Sardinia on a daily basis, has set the road to the nearby small island of Santantioko, where on the morning of July 31, on the morning of July 31, a photographer who wants to capture unusual sights and stars, and a gigantic noteworthy shot taken by Alesio Putcu, is a unique phenomenon.

An impressive snapshot came in.

It's possible to appreciate how Mars looks when it's closest to the Earth. Milky Way is also featured in the photo.

"I was about to go somewhere to capture the Milky Way. In this place, I was completely away from light pollution and I could use darkness in my favor," said a photographer to the Caters News Agency. the received frame has rapidly spread to the media.


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