Mars
 

2003 Jul 09 16:45 ~ 17:30 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Jul 13 18:12 ~ 19:00 UT;
10cm 70x

 

2003 Jul 17 17:15 ~ 18:08 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Jul 18 16:30 ~ 17:15 UT;
10cm 70x

 

2003 Jul 19 16:15 ~ 17:00 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Jul 29 16:20 ~ 17:50 UT;
10cm 70x

 

2003 Aug 02 16:00 ~ 16:42 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Aug 7 15:25 ~ 16:40 UT;
10cm 70x

 

2003 Aug 8 20:30 ~ 21:20 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Aug 17 15:50 ~ 16:20 UT;
10cm 70x

 
2003 Aug 18 15:00 ~ 15:50 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Aug 20 17:00 ~ 17:40 UT;
10cm 70x

 

2003 Aug 23 16:50 ~ 17:35 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Aug 27 14:15 ~ 15:00 UT;
10cm 70x

 

2003 Aug 28 16:00 ~ 18:50 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Aug 29 17:00 ~ 18:40 UT;
10cm 70x

 

2003 Aug 30 15:00 ~ 15:30 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Aug 31 14:30 ~ 14:50 UT;
10cm 70x

 

2003 Sep 12 16:00 ~ 16:30 UT;
10cm 70x
2003 Sep 19 17:20 ~ 18:00 UT;
10cm 70x

 

2005 Nov 19 19:20 ~ 20:02 UT;
Alt: 25 deg.; Dia.=18.6"; Phase: 11 deg.;
Seeing: 3 ~ 4 Antoniadi
10cm 70x
2005 Nov 25 18:11 ~ 18:20 UT;
Alt: 38 deg.; Dia.=17.8"; Phase: 16 deg.;
Seeing: 1 ~ 2 Antoniadi
10cm 70x

 

2005 Nov 25 19:30 ~ 19:45 UT;
Alt: 19 deg.; Dia.=18.6"; Phase: 16 deg.;
Seeing: 1 ~ 2 Antoniadi
10cm 70x
2005 Nov 26 18:50 ~ 19:25 UT;
Alt: ~35 deg.; Dia.=18.5"; Phase: 15 deg.;
Seeing: 2 Antoniadi
10cm 70x

 

Up: Digital sketch. Note that south is up.

 

 

 

Note: N is down, S is up, p is left and f is right. Hellas appears whitish and bright, pretending to be the south polar cap at the first glimpse.
 

 

 



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