LtE in CMO #274

From Jeffrey D BEISH



. . . . . .Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2003 05:15:55 -0400

Subject: Mars 02 July 2003

 

 Dust clouds in Hellas alert.

 

. . . . . .Date: Wed, 2 July 2003 06:10:43 -0400

Subject: Dust clouds

 

If I already sent the first drawings sorry. Dust clouds as detailed in my notes and drawings. definitely fits the requirements for the beginning of a nice dust storm. Murphy was foiled.

 

. . . . . .Date: Fri, 4 July 2003 06:41:28 -0400

From: "DustyMars" <dustymars@tnni.net>

To: "Masatsugu MINAMI" <VZV03210@nifty.ne.jp>

Subject: hello

 

Dust storm seems to be growing. The important things about this week is I actually got my DVD to work. As a retired electrical engineer of 43 years I have great difficulty operating such machines. Martian dust is easy to predict.

 

. . . . . .Date: Wed, 9 July 2003 10:03:24 -0400

From: "DustyMars" <dustymars@tnni.net>

To: "Don \(Bell\) Parker" <park3232@bellsouth.net>

Cc: "Masami MURAKAMI" <cmo@mars.dti.ne.jp>,

"Masatsugu MINAMI" <VZV03210@nifty.ne.jp>

Subject: thought it was over!

 

Saw Tan's and Ng's July 08 images and there is a long dust streak over Eos to Erythraeum Mare! You know how those dust clouds develop!


Jeff BEISH (Lake Placid, 27.3N 81.3W, FL, USA)

)dustymars@tnni.net


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