Planet Array in Twilight with Labels (Nov 20, 2020)
A panorama of the array of planets across the evening sky on November 20, 2020, with the waxing crescent Moon between the close pairing of Jupiter and Saturn in the southwest at right and Mars in the southeast at left. Uranus also just shows up, but not Neptune as it was too faint to record in the twilight.
In this version I have added the labels and the constellation lines for the autumn constellations (which are patterns mostly associated with water), and the ecliptic line.
This is a 5-section panorama with the 20mm Sigma Art lens at Nikon D750, stitched with Adobe Camera Raw. All 10 seconds at ISO 100 and f/2.8. Taken from home in southern Alberta.