It is a nearly full moon night in the Mojave Desert near Landers (CA) and I decided to see what kind of photo I could get using my Phantom 3. Tonight's image was taken at about 60 feet up, looking to the northeast, from the Center for Solar System Studies. It is a five second exposure (which ought to tell you something about what a stable aerial platform the Phantom is). In the distance is Goat Mountain, and over it, the handle of the Big Dipper. For the astronomically minded, you should know that in the original resolution of the image, Alcor and Mizar (a visual double) were cleanly split.