2004 0210 DPk Note
Don PARKER's Images on 10 February 2004
at 00:09~ 00:18 GMT

  λ=348°Ls,   (ω=194°, 197°W,   φ=21°S),   δ=6.4",   ι=38°

Seeing good, (7-8 Pickering). Transparency = 0-4m with frequent cloud bands.
Wind NE 2-8 kts.. Altitude = 59-57°. No dew.

SP Hood well formed. NP Hood also present.
NOTE: Cerberus-Trivium now appears much darker than it has in several years. Cerberus II or Cyclops detected. Streak along N. borders of Sirenum and Cimmerium visible.

PARKER uses a 41 cm Newtonian working at f /59 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)  : 0.17-0.25s    3-5 images   (RG610, NO IR ejection)
  Green  (488 -  574nm)  : 0.95s   4 images
  Blue    (392 -  508nm)  : 3.90s   4 images
Images bias, flat and dark corrected.

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

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