λ=173°Ls, (ω=230°, 234°, 242°W, φ=15°S), δ=8.8", ι (phase angle)=43°
Seeing good (6-7, Pickering). Transparency 4m.
No wind. Light dew. Altitude = 35-40°.
SP Hood remains bright; "Lifesaver Effect." SW Limb cloud over S. Hellas. Slight PM cloud over Elysium.
Hellas dull in red light; Zea Lacus detected. Minimal AM limb arc; no Syrtis Blue cloud.
Hyblaeus Extension very dark, elongated. Trivium-Cerberus remains weak. Cerberus III and Euripus II visible with Cerberi S. being small, dark. Mosa detected connecting Tritonis Sinus to Syrtis Minor.
PARKER uses a 41 cm Newtonian working at f/55 with an eyepiece projection together with an SBIG ST9XE ccd camera, equipped with a CFW-8C filter wheel and RGB interference filters as well as a luminance Red RG610 Schott filter.
RG610 (610 -1100nm): 0.12s 19-58 images
Red (612 - 670nm) : 0.29s 1 image
Green (488 - 574nm) : 0.48s 15 images
Blue (392 - 508nm) : 2.00s 16 images
Images bias, flat and dark corrected.
Observer: Donald C PARKER, Coral Gables, FL. USA