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This week, Pluto is transiting Barnard 92, an inky black cloud of dust in the constellation Sagittarius. "Last night, for the second night in a row, I was able to photograph the ongoing transit using my 10-inch telescope," reports Alfredo Garcia Jr. He sends this picture from the Chuchupate Campground in Lockwood Valley, California:
"Pluto was faint but very obvious against the dark background. I'm glad I was able to capture the moment." Experienced astrophotographers are encouraged to follow the dwarf planet as it makes its lonely crossing