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Mars Image 2018/07/12(UT)
Luis Amiama Gomez,Anthony Wesley,Clyde Foster,Christophe Pellier,Dzmitry G.Kananovich,David Arditti,Efrain Morales Rivera
解説（安達）/ Comment by Makoto Adachi
The part where the SPC is sunny is the same as the day before but it is on the south side of the Noachis, but the north side of Aonius
has become newly visible. This is due to a cold air balloon to Aonius until the day before, it seems to be a fine sunset after that. As a result,
the dust storm near Aonius became prominent. The situation is well documented by Anthony Wesley in the image.
The dust storm in the Southern Hemisphere declined at Mare Sirenum. A small dust storm occurred on the south side of
the western end of Marineris. The state of the big dark spot of Daedalia was clear in the image of Anthony Wesley. It is a very
big change. This part is also recorded in the Ebisawa map by the broken line, but it is a place where the change of the pattern
is often seen. Perhaps it is believed that the sand of the surface was carried by the wind of a fierce dust storm that occurred around June 25.
（by 9 observations ;reported by Makoto Adachi)
seeing: 4/5 trans:4/5,The capture was under good seeing conditions.
[Luis Amiama Gomez : [Santo Domingo,Dominican Republic]
[Tomigusuku city Okinawa Japan]
≪沖縄県 豊見城市 大田 聡≫
here's a composite image of Mars from this morning in reasonable seeing.
Left image is true colour and right image is IR750 which shows a little more detail.
Olympus Mons can be seen rising at top left,the three Tharsis volcanoes are visible below and to it's right.
Valles Marineris is the bright horizontal feature near centre,although it should look very different to this.
The south polar cap at bottom has a thick covering of dust apart from one small region on it's left.
Some cloud is visible near the north pole at top although the pole itself is over the limb and not visible.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
An image set from earlier last night. I only captured one set of data and conditions were rather poor.
Olympus Mons is very prominent,and the three Tharsis volcanoes are also visible.
The bright regions in IR and R at high southern latitudes make me suspect that there is still active dust storms in these regions.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
≪大阪府堺市 熊森照明≫[Teruaki Kumamori:Ohsaka Japan]
Some correct seeing this morning. The dust still hasn't moved since the day before.
[Christophe Pellier Bruz City,France]
Remote imaging session using 1 m telescope in Chile (Chilescope). Good seeing conditions (6-7/10).
Two similar images with the Tyrrhenum region on the CM.
That from the 14th was captured at only 13〓 alt.,but seeing was better. Mars is now nearly full.
In previous images I wasn’t getting the axial orientation exactly vertical.
I’ve found the method in WinJUPOS of correcting that now (Recording: Image Measurement:
Adjustment: Outline Frame: Rotate outline frame as if image were captured to Equatorial system).
[David Arditti: Edgware Middlesex HA8 5LW: United Kingdom]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]