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Mars Image 2019/06/29(UT)
After observing Mercury in the daylight sky I took the chance to look for nearby Mars.
As seeing was fair with Mercury it also was quite ok with Mars.
So I got my best Mini-Mars (as far I can remember,
I never got a better one this small) at 3,66 arcseconds
with quite some detail like Syrtis Major and Sinus meridianii.
Only the image through a IR-Pass 807 gave a good result.
Maybe this was my last Mars observation in the evening sky.
[Rudolf A.Hillebrecht: Bad Gandersheim,Germany ]