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Mars Image 2018/06/05(UT)
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Damian Peach,Eric Sussenbach,John Kazanas,Milika-Nicholas
D.Peach,E.Sussenbach,S.Ota,J.Kazanas,Milika-Nicholas

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Damian Peach
Very poor seeing but good enough to show the large regional dust storm in progress across Chryse,
which now completely obscures Margaritifer Sinus/Oxia Palus and a large part of Nilaicus Lacus/Mare Acidalium.

[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]

Eric Sussenbach
Seeing 8/10,Transparency 8/10

[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]

Satoshi Ota

[Tomigusuku city Okinawa Japan]
ቫꌧ  Ls  c 

John Kazanas
A very hazy looking Mars taken in reasonable seeing conditions showing potential dust storm activity.

[John Kazanas,Melbourne Australia]

Milika-Nicholas
Here are 2 images of Mars from June 5th in very poor seeing, 
the 665 frames pe second capture rate used being the only way to ellicit any details whatsoever in these conditions...
the dust storm that developed recently now appears to envelope much of the Oxus-Eos-Xanthe-H. Paulus-Ganges-L. 
Lacus-Xanthe-Nilokeras-Niliacus-M. Acidalium regions. 
Quite naturally the angle of the Sunlight effects the ease of visibility of the dust in these images...




Sending another image from 5th June 2018 - 
obviously extremely tired from imaging 3 nights in a row & 
surprised to find a data set that was clearly superior to the 2 images I sent yesterday: 
so much so that I now send it!

[Milika-Nicholas:Adelaide,South Australia]

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