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Mars 20200923, 



    
        

            tommy_nawratil

Mars 20200923

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Lacerta Photonewton

Mounts: Skywatcher AZ-EQ6

Software: Photoshop



Resolution: 907x680

Locations: my little astrofarm, Weppersdorf, Austria

Data source: Traveller

Description

Mars on Sept.23, around 2h MESZ = 0h UT
Diameter 21,9arcsec 357° C.M.

South polar cap is up left, bright Arabia Terra at lower left, in center Terra Meridiani, and Chryse to the right. To the North Acidalia Planitia. Valles Marinieris is just entering the disk at right, and Syrtis Major has just left on the other side.

10" f/5 Lacerta Quarz Newton + Düring Barlow 2,67x
ASI224 color only, about 60.000 frames were collected in several videos,
and derotated/realigned to produce this shot.

Don't click on the photo, it looks like 150% size. Astrobin is not obeying the usual size rendition apparently.

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Mars 20200923, 



    
        

            tommy_nawratil