Mars, april 28-2018

Photographer
astroavani
Email
orquidarioavani@terra.com.br
Location of photo
Parsec Observatory, Canoas, Brazil
Date/Time of photo
28/04/2018
Equipment
C14 Edge + ASI 290 + PM 2X + L filter
Description
Many details visible for a 10.8-inch arc image.Susus Meridiani and Sinus Sanaeus stand out in the foreground in this photo.Hellas easily visible at 4 am but seemingly without much frost frozen losing its characteristic white color. Syrtis Major heading toward the center of the disk and south polar cap visible. What I thought at the beginning being an edge ring artifact actually is a dark region or prolongation of Ismenius Lacus that is situated exactly on the upper left edge. Resize 200% by first testing a Pierro Astro ADC. https://www.astrobin.com/344214/0/?nc=user
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