λ=241ﾟLs, (ω=181°W, φ=19°S), δ=24.4", ι=13°
Seeing 5 out of 10. Very humid, very hot. Hard to tell if it's dew or just left over rain from a late evening thunderstorm. Seeing actually pretty poor.
Some interesting weather... bright North Polar Hood. Pretty bright cloud in south, near Elysium, perhaps activity over a volcano. There was also a faint, blue hazyness along the north following limb that appeared to extend into the planet a good amount, mostly over Mare Tyrrhenum. Otherwise, a nice amount detail. The Thyles Mons region in the South Polar Cap was extended away from the rest of the SPC and was much brighter. 20-inch scope stopped down to 17-inches.
43cm f /7.8 reflector, 260-480-680x
Bowie, MD USA.