火星 ALPO-Japan Latest
Mars Image 2016/03/19(UT)
Clyde Foster,Anthony Wesley,Damian Peach
Solis LacusやTithonius Lacus付近の詳しい様子が、とらえられている。Solis Lacus
言えないが、東側に向かって広がっているようだ。Syrtis MajorとSinus Sabaeusの間
にあるHuygens crater(W304,-14)が記録された。Boreo syrtisからMare
This image of Mr. Clyde Foster is a state of the detailed Mars surface
which is at the time of the closest approach. This is a surprising image.
I understand not only it but also the state of water ice cloud well very
much. A detailed state of the neighborhood of Solis Lacus and
Tithonius Lacus is caught. Solis Lacus looked like a triangle,but seems
to do a star-shaped figure. This remains a pre-season and an identical
It is Hellas to attract attention with an image of Mr. Anthony Wesley.
The state changed completely at the end of February since expanse
white cloud changed. There is the white cloud which is outstanding
at the south end of Hellas in this report,but the white cloud of other
areas fades. The clear thing cannot conclude only with this image,
but seems to open towards the east side. Huygens Crater(W304,-14)
in between Syrtis Major and Sinus Sabaeus was recorded. The faintly
small design between Mare Acidarium was captured clearly by Boreo
（by ２ observationｓ ;reported by Makoto Adachi)
Mars capture from this morning. Bright cloud over Eden,with some more subtle equatorial cloud. Argyre with cloud/frost is evident in the south east and also some subtle markings over Mare Erythraeum.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
here's an image of Mars from this morning using an IR >= 750nm filter. The seeing was not stable enough for a colour image,there were storms and unstable conditions around.BR>
Arabia is the bright feature at centre,with Chryse rising at left and Syrtis Major setting at right. Sinus Meridiani is the dark feature across the lower part of the image.
Anthony Wesley (406mm Newton)|
The north pole is visible at top left (although muted through this filter) and Hellas basin at lower right can just be seen on the limb with some bright cloud or frost,again muted somewhat through the IR filter. BR>
one more image from this morning. I'd originally thought the colour data would be very poor but after processing it seems to have come up ok.
The north pole is visible on the limb at upper left and Hellas at lower right is full of clouds. Some blue equatorial clouds can be seen across the disk,in particular across Syrtis Major at right.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
Damian Peach (356mm Celestron SCT)|
good seeing. Olympus Mons prominent.
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]