(ω=292°W - 300°W,
The spc shows a depression from the top. The morning side of the spc is brighter. Hellas shows an off-white area inside the western basin also in the B image. Hellespontus and Yaonis Fr make a broad dark band whose southern part is the dark D Hellesponticae. S Sabaeus is caught well in R. Syrtis Mj is recovering the usual shape?
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.