From Damian A PEACH
@ . . . . . . . . . . Mars in
†Hi all, I attach a montage of the images i managed to obtain during the last several weeks. Images have S at top. Seeing was favourable on most evenings, The images reveal the familiar features such as a tiny SPC, Solis Lacus, and Mare Sirenum as well as other minor features.
†††††††††††††††††††††††††† (27 March 2002
@. . . . . . . . . . Mars images (March
†Hi all, Here are some Mars images from the 28th. Fairly favourable seeing prevailed during this session. The area in between Tharsis and Elysium was presented. Elysium is visible near the bottom of the disk, as is Trivium Charontis. Also possibly Olympus Mons is seen as the bright spot near the morning limb. Also one or two small streaks appear over Zephyria which i canít identify...any ideas?.
††††††††† (30 March 2002 email)
○････････Hi all, I have
uploaded my images of Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn obtained thus far in 2002. They
can be viewed at the following URL as simple image lists:
††Damian PEACH (
ALPO/BAA Jupiter Sections.
BAA Saturn Section