火星 ALPO-Japan Latest
Mars Image 2016/06/08(UT)
Anthony Wesley,Clyde Foster,Alexei Pace,Paul Maxson,Damian Peach,Vlamir da Silva Junior
T.Eguchi,Anthony.W,Clyde,A.Pace,P.Maxson,D.Peach,V.da Silva Jr.
Anthony Wesley氏はMare Cimmeriumの南側の極付近に、非常に白く明るいバン
Mr. Anthony Wesley recorded a bright band very white near a pole of
the south side of Mare Cimmerium. The neighborhood of pole is not white,
and the snow which there was in the perimeter of SPC is possible.
With images of Mr. Clyde Foster,states of the dust which went out of
Hellas were recorded well. The figure which improved of the dust is
（by 4 observations ;reported by Makoto Adachi)
Toshiya Eguchi(250mm Dall-Kirkhamn)|
≪東京都杉並区 江口利哉≫[T.Eguchi : Suginami Tokyo Japan]
Hi all,finally some relief from the endless poor weather and bad seeing - last night was steady enough for a reasonable image to be captured on Mars. We can see Elysium prominent at the centre,with some thin clouds scattered across the disk,concentrated over the poles (north pole at top left).
Anthony Wesley (406mm Newton)|
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
Seeing was average/below average.
There is some nice activity taking place.
Regarding the Hellas disturbance:
a)It appears to me that this is a “mixed cloud”,including a reasonable level of dust.
b)The cloud seems to have changed shape and consolidated/concentrated a bit,although take note of my comment f),below.
c)The “subtle” linear cloud extending WNW of Hellas that I noted yesterday is very clearly seen in the 18.10UT image.
d)It is my view that the 18.10UT image links the linear cloud with the Hellas disturbance,hence I would be tempted to refer to it as a “plume”. Ie It appear that material is being blown out of Hellas and driven in a WNW direction. Other views/comments would be welcome.
e)It appears that the plume is quite dynamic. Note in the 18.50UT image(only 40mins later),that the rim of Hellas is visible where the plume crosses it,which is not the case in the earlier image.
f)When rapidly switching between todays 18.50UT image(I deliberately tried to capture the same CM) and the 18.11 image from yesterday,a lot of changes in and around Hellas are noted. It appears that there is a lot of dissipation of material across Hellas and also in the close surroundings. The indication is that the disturbance has had quite a wide influence.
Over and above the Hellas disturbance,there is a large cloud front adjacent(following) to the NPC which has developed over the last 24hrs. The following edge of the front is notably sharp. There is also quite a concentrated cloud formation on the preceding side of the NPC.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
Alexei Pace (C14 350mm SC)|
Improved seeing conditions on 8 June allowed better detail to be captured
this time. Here is Mars in RGB and IR versions.
[Alexei Pace: Ir-Rabat,Malta]
[ Paul Maxson:Surprise,Arizona,United States]
Damian Peach (356mm Celestron SCT)|
Excellent conditions. The Chryse hemisphere is on view.
Note the swirl of cloud in the northern hemisphere across Mare Acidalium.
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]
Vlamir da Silva Junior (203mm SCT)|
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]