(ω=024°W - 036°W,
The south polar canopy is bright in R as well as in B, and hencen though the haze is still covering, the south polar cap must show up now definitely beneath the canopy. The canopy looks partly down to the area of Argyre.
Aurorae S looks dark. Niliacus L is also dark on the NH, and sends a faint Nilokeras.
Use is made of an f /7.7 Newtonian extended to f /50 having a 25 cm speculum equipped with an ST-5C (at -5ﾟC).
Image data are
15 IR images each exposed with 0.1 secs
15 R + IR Rejection images each with 0.2 secs
10 G + IR Rejection images each with 0.3 secs
20 B + IR Rejection images each with 0.5 secs
Filters: Koh-Ei-Sha's interference RGB filter of Type 3.
The Morita Observatory is located (132.3°E, 34.3°N) at Hatsuka-ichi, Hiroshima, Japan.