Jupiter and Three Moons

I have no idea what produced this effect (it was not deliberate) but I assume it was a combination of a cheap, small aperture lens and 2 minute exposure.

I have no idea what produced this effect (it was not deliberate) but I assume it was a combination of a cheap, small aperture lens and 2 minute exposure.
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I have no idea what produced this effect (it was not deliberate) but I assume it was a combination of a cheap, small aperture lens and 2 minute exposure. This attempt at a shot of Jupiter went a bit wrong when a gust of wind shook the tripod... From left: Ganymede,Europa, Io, Jupiter and Callisto
Image Name: 20150408_230404_x-t1_345 mm_125.0 sec at f - 6.7_iso 800
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File Name:20150408_230404_x-t1_345 mm_125.0 sec at f - 6.7_iso 800
Index PageMisc..Night Shots
Date2015-04-08 23:04:04
DescriptionI have no idea what produced this effect (it was not deliberate) but I assume it was a combination of a cheap, small aperture lens and 2 minute exposure.
CountyPembrokeshire
CountryCymru/Wales
CopyrightCopyright 2015 Kenvyn and Debbie Davies
Tags 2015 Astronomy Astrophotography Cymru Fujifilm Fujifilm X-T1 Fujinon XC50-230mmF4.5-6.7 OIS Jupiter Outdoors Pembrokeshire Planet Solar System South Wales Wales Wales/Cymru
CameraFuji X-T1
LensXC50-230mmF4.5-6.7 OIS 
Focal Length230mm
Focal Length (35mm)345mm
Shutter Speed125/1
Aperturef/6.7
ISO Speed800