It's been a cloudy July so far in Seattle, with overcast mornings more typical of our "June gloom". However, I did catch a couple of breaks in the cloud the last two days, with a nice morning yesterday, and a brief cloud hole over Mars this morning. Seeing might have been a little better this morning as the resulting image is slightly sharper. I am curious about what looks like a brightening north of the polar cap, a little left of centre in the second image. It could just be a combination of the better seeing and that region being more brightly lit by the Sun this morning, but I'm interested to see if any other images show it too.
Celestron Nexstar Evolution 9.25 scope with 2x Barlow and ADC. ASI224MC camera.
Edited by KiwiRay, 06 July 2020 - 06:05 PM.