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Mars Image 2018/06/10(UT)
大田 聡
Alexei Pace,Michael Rosolina,Szeto Koon Chuen,Clyde Foster
A.Pace,M.Rosolina,S.Ota,S.K.Chuen,C.Foster

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Alexei Pace
First Mars images for this apparition,unfortunately not very high from Malta at 32°.
Leftmost image is in RGB (true colour),central one is through an IR filter and the last image is in false colour IRRGB,
not my favourite but gives a different perspective.

[Alexei Pace: Ir-Rabat,Malta]

Michael Rosolina

[Michael Rosolina : Friars Hill,WV  USA]

Satoshi Ota
ダストストームは南極近くまで拡散してます。新たにダストストームでしょうか眼視でも明るく、極と同じくらい目立ちます。

[Tomigusuku city Okinawa Japan]
≪沖縄県  豊見城市  大田 聡≫

Szeto Koon Chuen
Seeing was poor. A bright area (dust storm?) which haven't seen on images taken on 09 Jun is appeared on this image.

[Szeto Koon Chuen,Hong Kong]

Clyde Foster
Mars last night. I was up a bit earlier(Mars at lower elevation), but was met with what can only be described as terrible seeing conditions. 
IR came out best, but I was limited to using only 10% of the RGB channel captures, and it was a struggle to get anything decent out.
Tharsis appears to remain relatively clear(although maybe lower contrast than normal?). 
The main storm region is still to rotate into view , although there are hints of dust activity along the terminator, 
most notable along the Vallis Marineris complex.
The most notable feature is the dust activity over Solis Lacus , which appears to have a concentrated centre surrounded by a wider dust cloud.
Hoping for better seeing in the coming days.

[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]

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