Mars on 2020-10-03 , 09:56 UT

Posted by Rod Pommier
on Sunday, November 22, 2020
This image shows Acidalia Planitia visible at the upper right, disappearing into evening limb haze. Sinus Meridiani is also disappearing into the western limb haze at the lower right. Margaritifer Terra and Aurora Sinus are central on the disk with the Valles Marinaris region branching off the latter toward the upper left. Solis Lacus projects out of the central region along the 9 o'clock radial. The Tharsis volcano region is at upper left.

Celestron Compustar C14 with TeleVue Powermate 2x and Point Grey Flea3 Color camera at 60 fps. Best 7829 frames from 11 videos, stacked and de-rotated in Winjupos.

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