Dusty Valles Marineris And Solis Lacus
Taken by Sebastian Voltmer on July 25, 2018 @ Farm Hakos, Namibia
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Mars on July 25, 2018. 20 Cassegrain (4500 mm), Baader FFC, IR-RGB filters. IAS-Observatory, Namibia.
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Posted by esplaobs 2018-08-01 22:15:10
Truly amazing! I had to go back and compare it with a Mars atlas, naturally from the Southern Hemisphere, it’s upside down! Considering Hubble HST just published an image with less detail through the dust-storms, perhaps you could tell us more? I often look down at Namibia from above and I know that you have amazing seeing, but I am simply amazed at the detail that you got of Valles Marineris!!! Clearly there is a tremendous amount of skill involved too. Could you share a little more please? Thanks. Great job!

(Hubble https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/goddard/2018/mars-opposition-2018 )
Posted by AstroPilot 2018-08-03 16:16:56
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