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Mars Image 2018/06/27(UT)
Michel Deconinck,Guilherme Grassmann,Stanislas Maksmowicz,Miguel Araujo,Marc Delcroix,Efrain Morales Rivera,Damian Peach,Johan Warell,Milika-Nicholas,John Sussenbach
Observation conditions : Seeing 5/10 (Transparence)Trans 6/10
Sketch and Watercolor of Mars (black pen HB and blending stump on white paper plus watercolor) made with my Mewlon 250/2500.
I add a winjupos simulation to see if I detect some topics,but it's sure,the dust tempest is dense!
[Michel Deconinck : [Artignosc-sur-Verdon,France]]
Mars still under strong dust storm,today only sublte details can be see from surfasse.
The SPC has one curious format with one extension to the right side
[Guilherme Grassmann,Americana-San Paulo,Brasil]
Here is the Mars report of the 27th June performed with the 130mm Cassegrain Under poor to average images.
Still low to very low contrasts were observed,polar cap whitish ocre.
Difficult to say more with regards to the conditions;
[Stanislas Maksymowicz Ecquevilly,France]
Seeing: 7/10,Transparence: 7/10
[Miguel Araujo : Evora,Portugal]
[Tomigusuku city Okinawa Japan]
≪沖縄県 豊見城市 大田 聡≫
Under better conditions than the night before,still with clouds on the northern polar area,and on the limb south,
and more interesting with the dust storm which arrived on South polar area,partially covering it.
[Marc Delcroix Tournefeuille,France]
Under dense Saharra dust aerosols.
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
Some moments of decent seeing at times. Sadly there is not much to see really,
aside from the peaks of the Tharsis volcanoes sticking through the thick dust layer!
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]
Mars transits at less than 12 degree altitude
from here so the conditions are difficult with constant heavy turbulence,
the seeing has generally not been better than 2/10.
An rgb as well as several "iR" filter types which do seem to "penetrate" the dust somewhat...