From Don PARKER
@. . . . . .Here are some Mars images from 28 December. The seeing was very poor, but Mars displays lots of clouds.
Happy New Year!
> Eyepiece Projection @ f/55.2
> Integration Times:
> BLUE (Koheisha, 445nm peak central; BWHM 105nm) 8.00s
> GREEN (Koheisha, 540nm peak central; BWHM 75nm) 2.80s
> RED (RG610 - No IR Rejection) 0.64s
> Images flat and dark corrected.
>Seeing poor (2-4). Transparency 4.5m. Wind SSE 0-1 kts. Altitude = 42-47
>degrees. Heavy dew. All images are composites.
>Albedo features extremely washed out, although Solis Lacus and Nilokeras
>faintly seen visually in red light and on the red light CCD images. Most
>likely due to very poor seeing and heavy clouds over Tharsis and
>Xanthe-Candor rather than dust. Bright large morning limb cloud.
Don PARKER ( FL, USA )