2003 0611 DPk Note
Don PARKER's Images on 11 June 2003
at 09:14~09:29 GMT

  λ=201°Ls,   (ω=103°, 106°W,   φ=21°S),   δ=13.7",   ι (phase angle)=41°

Seeing fair (5-6, Pickering) but gusty wind, ESE 4-8 kts. Transparency 5m.
No dew. Altitude = 47-48°.

Prominent orographics over Tharsis volcanoes. Arctic cloud. Bright AM limb arc.
PM cloud in Ophir. No violet clearing. Brilliant cloud over NW SPC.
Solis Lacus thin, oriented N-S due to lightening of its western half. Phasis very prominent and extending NW past Gallineria Silva.
Daedalia dark. Note Araxes visible as broad streak joining eastern Sirenum M. to Phoenicis Lacus.

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   29-42 images   (RG610, NO IR Rejection)
  Green   (488 - 574nm) : 0.33s    8 images
  Blue      (392 - 508nm) : 1.00s   11 images
Images bias, flat and dark corrected.

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

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