LtE in CMO #276

From Jeffrey D BEISH



. . . . . . . .Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2003 10:55:48 -0400

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

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

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

"Richard McKim" <RMckim5374@aol.com>

Subject: ALERT: Dust clouds in Chryse

 

A long "V" shaped dust cloud in Chryse and over almost to Lunae Lacus can be seen on Ed Grafton's 30 July image. Dave Moore's 29 July shows dust clouds moving south over western Niliacus Lacus and Lunae Lacus into Xanthe. Also, Skip Waller's 29 July image indicated same dust moving into Chryse-Xanthe.

 

. . . . . . . .Date: Sun, 3 Aug 2003 04:01:44 -0400

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

To: <vzv03210@nifty.com>

Subject: Re: RE:ALERT: Dust clouds in Chryse

 

Mars appears to be clearing up and the dust in the atmosphere has decreased. The dust clouds on images seem to be isolated and decreasing in size. Time will tell.

 

. . . . . . . .Date: Sun, 3 Aug 2003 04:00:03 -0400

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

To: <vzv03210@nifty.com>

Subject: Re: REbis:ALERT: Dust clouds in Chryse

 

Thank you for the information. I was out of town and did not observe for a couple of days.

 


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

dustymars@tnni.net


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