LtE in CMO #273

From K C PAU



. . . . . . .Dear Mr Minami,

Enclosed is the Mars image taken this morning in Hong Kong. The seeing was poor and I could not observe any feature on the surface of Mars except the polar cap and its surrounding. I wonder if the dust storm has occurred?

Regards

(23 May 2003 23:21:52 +0800)

 

. . . . . . .Subject: Mars on 22 May 2003_just detect small dust storm near Solis Lacus

 

Dear Masatsugu,

These few days, the weather in Hong Kong became cloudy again. I enclosed some Mars images taken on 23 May 2003 Hong Kong time morning.

Regards

(26 May 2003 19:11:16 +0800)

. . . . . . .Dear Masatsugu,

Thanks for your encouragement. Actually, on that morning, I took quite a number of avi clips for a short time interval of about 20 min. I will try to process all these clips to see the difference.

Again, the weather will be poor within this week in Hong Kong.

(27 May 2003 16:56:39 +0800)

 

. . . . . . .Subject: This morning's Mars

 

Dear Mr Minami,

This morning the sky was again clear but the transparency was still very hazy. I have taken Mars's images within these three days but I have no time to process them. I hope I can process them as soon as possible.

Enclosed is the photo taken this morning. I notice there is a bright spot in the SPC.

Regards

(2 June 2003 07:47:41 +0800)

. . . . . . .Dear Minami,

Thank you for kind advice in your last e-mail. Actually, I am eager to wait for the IR block filter to come to solve the B-channel problem.

Enclosed is the Mars image taken this morning. The seeing again was very poor at my site.

(3 June 2003 05:58:56 +0800)

 


K C PAU (Hong Kong)

kcpaulhk@yahoo.com.hk


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