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Mars, 2020-01-25, 



    
        

             Astroavani - Avani Soares

Mars, 2020-01-25

Mars, 2020-01-25, 



    
        

             Astroavani - Avani Soares

Mars, 2020-01-25

Technical card

Imaging telescopes or lenses: Celestron C9.25 2350mm F10

Imaging cameras: ZWO ASI 290MC

Mounts: Celestron CG-5 Advanced GT EQ Mount

Software: Fitswork  ·  Registax 6  ·  Fire Capture  ·  AS!2  ·  Photofiltre - Irfan

Filters: Astronomik IR-pass 742  ·  Baader Planetarium Baader 1.25" L Filter

Accessory: Tele Vue Powermate 2x



Resolution: 1006x701

Locations: Observatorio Quintão, Palmares do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Data source: Backyard

Description

With good seeing everything is possible. Even with low planet and high humidity many details can be visible if the atmosphere is calm. In this photo of Mars we can see several formations that can be compared with the central photo obtained in Virtual Planet Atlas. There are two cloud formations, one over Chryse Planitia and the other over Isidis Planitia. However, what draws the most attention is Hellas Planitia located to the south that many may think of as the South Pole in visual observation.
A photo that I really liked for a distance of 2 AU and only 4.7 "of arc.

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Mars, 2020-01-25, 



    
        

             Astroavani - Avani Soares