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From Silvia KOWOLLIK



. . . . . . . . Date: Thu, 10 July 2003 01:07:59 +0200

Subject: Re: New Mars Images 7.7.

 

Dear Masatsugu,

> I am sorry I am late in replying...

 

doesn't matter, now I have all the Pictures reprocessed, the first (left, up) was taken at 00:00 GMT, then every 20 minutes until 02:20GMT.

 

> As to the size I am only satisfied with your previous size. I

> just thought the present one on 7 July was smaller than usual.

 

no, Mars was the same size, but maybe in that big frame they look smaller?

 

And this night we also had good 2 hours to watch Mars, so I can give you also pictures from tonight (with my next mail, outside it looks starry, I decided to drive to the Observatory and then I had to go to bed, I need some sleep... )

 

best wishes

 

. . . . . . . . Date: Fri, 11 July 2003 08:48:04 +0200

Subject: New Mars Images 10.7.

 

Dear Masatsugu,

here are my pictures from 10.7. The first pic is from 0:27 GMT (I had to wait because of a condensed water cloud from an airplane made problems), then 0:40, 1:00, 1:20...

 

λ=219Ls ,(ω=060W, 063W, 068W, 73W, 78W, 82W, 87W, 92W, φ=21S)

δ=18,24 - 18,26", ι=34

 

totally I processed 3,2 GB this day...

 

And can you please change "The Stuttgart Observatory, Germany" into "Swabian Observatory, Stuttgart, Germany"? This would be the correct name of our Observatory, which is the oldest, still "living" private Observatory in Baden-Wrttemberg. Our Observatory was founded in 1918, and in 1920 we started with public guided observations 5 evenings each weak (if sky is clear)...

 

best regards

 

. . . . . . . . Date: Wed, 16 July 2003 04:30:15 +0200

Subject: New Mars Images 11.7.

 

Dear Masatsugu,

here are new Pictures from 11.7. from 0:40 to 2:40 GMT every 20 min.

 

Seeing was very good, but the transparency changed form good to middle during the night.

 

λ=219Ls, (ω=054W, 058W, 063W, 068W, 073W, 078W, 083W, φ=21S)

δ=18,4", ι=34

 

best whishes

 

. . . . . . . . Date: Wed, 16 July 2003 04:51:35 +0200

Subject: New Mars Images 15.7.

 

Dear Masatsugu,

 

and here are the results from last night...

 

first picture is from 1:20 GMT, then every 20 min. until 3:00 GMT. We had full Moon and heavy wind, so the quality is not as good as I wished...

 

λ=222Ls, (ω=026W, 031W, 036W, 041W, 046W, 050W, φ=21S)

δ=19,2" , ι=32

 

best regards

 

. . . . . . . . Date: Mon, 21 July 2003 03:50:16 +0200

Subject: New Mars Images 20.7. 0:0 to 3:00 GMT

 

Dear Masatsugu,

 

in the past Days I was very successfully in observing Mars, here are the

Pictures from 20th July...

 

λ=225Ls (ω= 320W, 325W, 330W, 335W, 340W, 345W, 349W, 354W, 359W, 004W, φ=20S)

δ=20,1" , ι=30

 

. . . . . . . . Date: Mon, 21 July 2003 04:16:08 +0200

Subject: New Mars Images 19.7. 1:0 to 2:00 GMT

 

Dear Masatsugu,

 

here are the Pictures from 19th july...

 

λ=224Ls (ω= 344W, 349W, 354W, 359W, φ=20S)

δ= 19,9" , ι=30

 

. . . . . . . . Date: Mon, 21 July 2003 05:54:59 +0200

Subject: New Mars Images 18.7. 0:0 to 0:40 GMT

 

Dear Masatsugu,

 

here are the Pictures from 18th july...

 

λ=224Ls, (ω= 339W, 344W, 349W, φ=20S)

δ= 19,7" , ι=31

 

 

. . . . . . . . Date: Thu, 24 July 2003 03:31:12 +0200

Subject: New Mars Images 23.7. 2:00 GMT

 

Dear Masatsugu,

 

here is the Pictures from 23th July...

 

λ=227Ls (ω= 322W, φ=20S) δ= 20,7", ι=28,2

 

I could take only this picture between clouds...

 

Silvia

 


Silvia KOWOLLIK (Stuttgart, Germany)

sjkowollik@t-online.de


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