LtE in CMO #274

From Samuel Ray WHITBY



. . . . . . Date: Wed, 25 June 2003 13:59:41 -0400

Subject: Emailing: Photo0020

 

Dear Masatsugu,

 

A scanned image is attached, showing a drawing that I made this morning. On the actual form there are notes regarding the appearance of different features in different colored filters. Syrtis Major, on the terminator, was easy in IL and orange, almost disappearing in blue. Hellas, somewhat surprisingly, was brighter in blue that in IL or orange.

 

Yesterday David and I drove to New Jersey to visit Colleen, and it was 1:00 am when we got home. I almost slept in this morning and would have missed the good seeing had I done so. I will send you a photo of David and Colleen visiting the Princeton University campus. Neither of them wants to go to school there. We just went to see the sights.

Sincerely,

 

. . . . . . Date: Wed, 25 June 2003 14:01:43 -0400

Subject: Emailing: DSC00104

 

Here's a photo of Colleen and David near a Princeton tiger.

 

. . . . . . Date: Wed, 25 June 2003 14:04:27 -0400

Subject: Emailing: DSC00097

 

Here is a photo of a rainbow - or, perhaps I should say, water hose bow -made by a water hose in our back yard.

 

. . . . . . Date: Mon, 7 July 2003 10:29:52 -0400

Subject: Emailing: Photo0008

 

Dear Masatsugu,

Here is a sketch that I made this morning. I have more sketches and notes that I will send you later.

 

. . . . . . Date: Mon, 7 July 2003 11:32:52 -0400

Subject: Emailing: Photo0023

 

Dear Masatsugu,

Another Mars drawing, made on June 30, is attached. I noted Hellas as dusky at that time, and I did not record any suspicion of dust. Iapygia was bright, but I thought this was due to blue mist.

 

. . . . . . Date: Mon, 7 July 2003 15:22:28 -0400

From: "Sam Whitby" <sam.whitby@verizon.net>

To: "Randy Tatum" <k.r.tatum@att.net>, "Masatsugu Minami" <vzv03210@nifty.com>,

"John Barnett" <jmbart2@prodigy.net>

Subject: Emailing: Photo0024

 

The attached is a scanned image of a Mars drawing made on June 26. On that date Iapygia was easily and consistently seen as blue, a sight well worth getting up early for.

 


Sam WHITBY (Hopewell, VA, USA)

sam.whitby@verizon.net


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