2003 0804 JBs Note
Martian Drawing on 04 August 2003
at 07:15~07:40 GMT by Jeffrey D BEISH.

  λ=234゚Ls,   (ω=289°~295°W,   φ=20°S),   δ=22.9",   ι=21°

SPC clear. Novissima Thyle separated by Rima Austrialis. Argenteus Mons bright at northwest edge of SPC and Rima Angusta bordering Argenteus Mons. Several rifts or dareker streaks in SPC, too numerous to draw.
No NPR hood seen. Morning Limbs Haze (MH), no clouds. BC = 1.
Mars exceptionally clear.

  Seeing = 7-8. Transparency = 5, Altitude 49°.

41cm f /6.9 Newtonian, 520x
Wratten Filters: W23A, W25, W33, W57, W64, W38A, W47.

The Beish Observatory is located (81°19'34.7"W, 27°21'07.1"N) at Lake Placid, FL, USA.

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