2003 0605 DPk Note
Don PARKER's Images on 5 June 2003
at 09:24~09:55 GMT

  λ=198°Ls,   (ω=163°~ 170°W,   φ=20°S),   δ=13.0",   ι (phase angle)=42°

Seeing good (6-8, Pickering). S wind 0-5 kts. Transparency 5m.
No dew. Altitude = 46-48°.

SPC rifts visible: Ulyxis Fr., Rima Angusta, Dep. Magna, Thyle II visible on NW cap edge. Bright spot on northern edge of SPC near CM. No Violet Clearing. Thin NP Hood; thin AM limb arc. Tharsis orographics on terminator. Trivium-Cerberus still weak -- only two dots.

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

Integration times:
  Red      (610 -1100nm) : 0.11s   30-39 images   (RG610, NO IR Rejection)
  Green   (488 - 574nm) : 0.36s    9-12 images
  Blue      (392 - 508nm) : 1.10s   11-15 images
Images bias, flat and dark corrected.

Observer: Donald C PARKER, Coral Gables,  FL.  USA

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