What to Photograph in February 2022

In February 2022 there will be many cool events to photograph: the Milky Way, comet 19P/Borrelly, conjunctions of the Moon with Jupiter, Venus, Mars and Mercury, the Full Moon, conjunction between Venus and Mars, Mercury at greatest elongation, night sky celestial bodies (Seven Sisters, Andromeda galaxy, Pleiades, Winter Triangle, Southern Pleiades, Magellanic clouds...), Sunrises, Sunsets... and more!

At the end of the video I'll share 3 photos I've personally planned for February 2022. And some of the best photos you've submitted to the PhotoPills awards and we've featured in January.

Time Index

01:49 The Milky Way and its Galactic Center
04:53 Comet 19P/Borrelly
05:53 Conjunction between the Moon and Jupiter
06:14 Conjunction between Venus and Mars
06:37 Full Moon
07:16 Mercury at Greatest Western Elongation
07:49 Conjunction between the Moon and planets (Venus, Mars and Mercury)
08:19 Night Sky photo opportunities - Northern Hemisphere
09:07 Night Sky photo opportunities - Southern Hemisphere
09:31 Planned photo opportunities
12:58 Some of January’s best photos

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