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Self-timer shot taken during a night spent on the summit of Mount Brévent (2.525 m), over Chamonix.
Taken on March 14th 2012, looking West, in order to show the last light of the sun already gone, and, even more important, the beautiful shining presence of two planets: Jupiter and Venus, just on the center/left (Venus is the brighter of the two).
On the right of the two planets mentioned, in this photo you can see: Hamal (Alpha Arietis), Sheratan (Beta Arietis), the brightest stars in the constellation of Aries.
Center: Almaak, Mirach, Alpheratz, of Andromeda constellation.
More to the North (up on the far right) is visible the Cassiopeia constellation, with Ruchbah, y Cas, η Cas, Caph, Shedir...