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Contains:  Solar system body or event
Mars, Olympus Mons and Arsia Mons, 



    
        

            Carlos Alberto Pa...

Mars, Olympus Mons and Arsia Mons

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses:Celestron C8

Imaging cameras:WZO ASI 290mc

Software:RegiStax 6.0PhotoshopFireCapture 2.5AS!2

Filters:SVBONY UV IR CUT 1.25"

Accessory:Kokusai Ortho 7mm


Date:Sept. 12, 2020

Time: 04:14

Frames: 3000

FPS: 200.00000

Focal length: 4500

CMI: 158.60


Resolution: 380x296

Locations: Observatório Zênite, Monte Carmelo, MG, Brazil

Data source: Backyard

Description

Mars of the dawn of September 12. I believe to be my best Mars to date, Olympus Mons and Arsia Mons visible from the "right side", identified in the second image.

Mount Olympus is an extinct volcano and the highest volcano in the Solar System, it is estimated that it rises 21.9 km above the average level of the Martian surface, being almost three times higher than Mount Everest.
Mount Arsia is the southernmost volcano of the three that exist in the mountainous region of Tharsis near the equator of the planet Mars. The diameter of the Arsia Mons is approximately 435 km, and 16 km high, its boiler is approximately 110 km wide.
(Wikipedia)

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