Michael Rosolina Celestron CGE Pro 1400 f/11 SCT 1980 Orange Tube C8 f/10 SCT 108mm f/4.2 Astroscan Reflector 50mm f/10 Galileoscope 40mm PST f/10 APM Germany HD 15x70 binoculars Canon 12x36 IS II binoculars Mark I Eyeball My CN Gallery
Norme 150mm MCT f/13, 31% CO Yellow Zone "People say I'm in denial. I disagree."
Webster/Zambuto 14.5" f/4.3 truss dob
Tele Vue-102, Gibralter mount
Tele Vue-76, Tele Pod mount
Canon 10x30 & 15x50 IS binocs
I want to do more then just look.
Quote:They are presently white clouds on the equator area made of materials coming from the thawing of the polar cap. These brightenings in fact are a mist (dust and hazze majorily) staying for the most at the limb and terminator. They are called white clouds.Now recently was viewd a yellow cloud on noachis pandorae fretum area with an altitude cloud. This was first reported in US by MMr Parker Don and Mark Philips may be 2 days before, but not on the same area as shown on the sketch.This is a big event that may be greater in activity with time.Stanislas-Jean
David W. Knisely . . . . . . "If you aren't having fun in this hobby, you aren't doing it right." Hyde Memorial Observatory http://www.hydeobservatory.info Prairie Astronomy Club http://www.prairieastronomyclub.org
Quote:Interesting image, and great observing skills. I'm just beginning to learn, I can only see the brightening of the western limb.Are they carbon dioxide clouds?
Quote:Now recently was viewd a yellow cloud on noachis pandorae fretum area with an altitude cloud. This was first reported in US by MMr Parker Don and Mark Philips may be 2 days before, but not on the same area as shown on the sketch.
This is a big event that may be greater in activity with time.
10" F/4.7 Modified Skywatcher Reflector, 38mm Orion Q70, 17mm Modified Ultima LX, 10mm TeleVue Delos, 7mm Pentax XL.
"The truth rarely gets in the way of a good story. ~ R. Woods
Michael Gilmer - Member of the Meteoritical Society & Collector of Falling Stars.
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