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Mars Image 2020/09/04(UT)
大杉忠夫,佐藤康明,畑中明利,橋野英嗣,山口貴弘,伊藤了史,安達 誠
Clyde Foster,Giancarlo Rizzato,Jorge Rallo,Paul G. Abel,Raimondo Sedrani,Jose Luis Pereira,Eric Sussenbach,Pericles Enache,Zsolt Kereszty,Anthony Wesley,Maximilian Teodorescu,Stanislas Maksymowicz,David Arditti,Luke Gulliver,Pascal Lemaire,Milika-Nicholas,Willian Souza,Michael Barbieri,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Paulo Casquinha
C.Foster,G.Rizzato,Jorge.R,P.Abel,R.Sedrani,J.Luis,E.Sussenbach,P.Enache,Z.Kereszty,T.Ohsugi,Y.Sato,Anthony.W,A.Hatanaka,H.Hashino,T.Yamaguchi,S.Ito,Max,S.Maksymowicz,D.Arditti,M.Adachi,Luke.G,Pascal.L,Milika-Nicholas,W.Souza,M.Barbieri,V.da Silva Jr.,P.Casquinha

解説(安達)/ Comment by Makoto Adachi
Clyde Foster氏の画像には、SPCの北側に黄色いダスト色の明部を記録している。一見してダストストームのように見えるが、8月31日
のKev Wildgoose氏の画像と比べると、全く同じものであることがわかった。これはエッジダストストームの残痕である。
Giancarlo Rizzato氏は白雲に焦点があるようで、午前半球の白雲の広がりがよくわかる。眼視観測ではここまで淡いものは見えてこ
日本では、Aurorae SinusやSolis Lacus付近が
観測できた。この地域は全体がかなりダスティーであるが、Stack onlyの画像を見ると、その様子がよくわかる。伊藤氏の画像では南半球の
Maximilian Teodorescu氏はArsia Silva Mons (W120,-3)から東に延びる帯状の雲を記録した。よく記録される雲とは反対方向である。
なくもない。結論を出すには、探査機の画像がほしい。(9月7日のDaniele Gasparri氏の画像を参照してください)

The surface of Mars is becoming less dusty. Looking at the map,Clyde Foster's image,which is highland and reflects the height
of the dust,has a yellow dust-colored bright area on the north side of the SPC. At first glance,it looks like a dust storm,but it turns out
to be exactly the same when compared to Kev Wildgoose's image on August 31st. This is a remnant of an edge dust storm.
Giancarlo Rizzato seems to focus on the white clouds,which clearly shows the spread of the white clouds in the morning hemisphere.
Nothing so faint can be seen by visual observation. If this can be taken constantly,it will be possible to catch the water ice cloud quickly.
In Japan,the vicinity of Aurorae Sinus and Solis Lacus could be observed. The whole area is pretty dusty,but the Stack only image
shows it well. From Mr. Ito's image,it can be judged that the state of the Southern Hemisphere and the state of the image center
area are fading. Such a report is grateful for grasping the spread of dust.
Maximilian Teodorescu recorded a band of clouds extending east from Arsia Silva Mons (W120,-3). It is in the opposite direction
to the well-recorded clouds. It cannot be immediately determined whether this is a characteristic band cloud due to the mountains
of Arsia. It can be seen that the clouds formed by the mountains and the evening fog formed to the east of Arsia are united. To make
a conclusion,I want an image of the spacecraft. (See image of Daniele Gasparri on September 7th)

(by 25 observations; reported by Makoto Adachi)

Clyde Foster
I've been keeping away from combining morning and evening sessions due to a few health issues,
but felt good enough to give Mars a crack this morning. Nice to see it getting to a significant size,
and there appears to be quite extensive cloud over the planet,particularly in the north polar region.

[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]

Giancarlo Rizzato

[Giancarlo Rizzato : Marano Vicentino (Vicenza) ITALY]

Jorge Rallo

[Jorge Rallo : Madrid,Spain]

Paul G. Abel
Attached is a observation of Mars I made last night in average seeing.
Even in Ant III,there is a lot of detail to be seen,and my impressions are as follows
- The SPC was harder to make out at this longitude.
- The brighter deserts of Phaethontis,Electris and Eridania were visible-
I don;t think there was much bright cloud activity in these regions.
- A lot of details present in the Mare Sirenum and Mare Cimmerium,
both had irregular northern boundaries and the regions immediately north were bright in places.
- Elysium seen near the morning terminator but it was particularly bright or noticeable,
- Northern limb bright and bluish in colour,the following limb was also bright but not as brilliant as last time I observed the planet.

[Paul G. Abel:Leicester:United Kingdom]

Raimondo Sedrani

[Raimondo Sedrani : Pordenone,Italy]

Jose Luis Pereira

[Jose Luis Pereira :Sao Caetano do Sul/Sao Paulo/Brasil]

Eric Sussenbach

[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]

Pericles Enache
[Pericles Enache,Sao Paulo,Brazil]

Zsolt Kereszty

[Zsolt Kereszty : Corona Borealis Observatory,Hungary,Gyor]

Tadao Ohsugi

≪石川県小松市 大杉忠夫≫[Tadao Ohsugi:Komatsu city Ishikawa pre,Japan]

Yasuaki Sato

[Sagamihara-shi Kanagawa-prefecture Japan]
≪神奈川県相模原市  佐藤康明≫

Anthony Wesley
I had to use IR750 for red due to the seeing conditions,and so there is not much detail in Green or Blue.
The south polar cap is visible at the bottom and some blue cloud at top on the limb.

[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
≪アンソニ  オーストラリア≫

Akitoshi Hatanaka

≪三重県熊野市  畑中明利≫[Akitoshi Hatanaka:Kumano Mie Japan]

Hidetugu Hashino

≪千葉県木更津市 橋野英嗣≫[Hidetugu Hashino:Chiba:Japan]

Takahiro Yamaguchi

≪静岡県浜松市  山口貴弘≫[Takahiro Yamaguchi : Hamamatsu-City Shizuoka-Prefecture Japan]

Satoshi Ito

≪愛知県  春日井市  伊藤了史≫[Satoshi Ito. Kasugai City,Aichi,Japan]

Maximilian Teodorescu
In very poor seeing. Note the elongated cloud in the blue filter image,near Arsia Mons.

[Maximilian Teodorescu:Dumitrana,Romania]

Stanislas Maksymowicz
Here is a report of mars on 4th september drawn with the 100mm refractor.
Relative good images and sky transparency on the session before the sky closure by clouds.
Atmospheric veils still present at the limb and the terminator.
The martian atmosphere keeps clear on the blue channel mainly.

[Stanislas Maksymowicz  Ecquevilly,France]

David Arditti
These are taken with 2 minute R and IR videos,and 1 minute G and B videos.
Seeing has actually been pretty poor,with something of a northerly airflow of late.

[David Arditti: Edgware Middlesex HA8 5LW: United Kingdom]

Makoto Adachi

≪滋賀県  大津市  安達  誠≫[Makoto Adachi:Siga Japan]

Luku Gulliver

[Luku Gulliver : Perth W.Australia]

Pascal Lemaire

[Pascal Lemaire : France]

Several Mars images from Sept. 4th in mediocre seeing but decent outcomes:
we were trialling using the new ASI42MC as well as using it to set the ADC for the mono 290MM...swaping cameras after setting it to use the mono ASI290MM,
to compenate for the low elevation that Mars is in Sth. Australia this year.
The 462MC appears to compare very well with the mono 290MM,although we always like to obtain the mono single-channel images.

[Milika-Nicholas:Adelaide,South Australia]

Willian Souza
animation of Mars captured on 2020.09.04 from 02h42UT to 03h23 UT

[Willian Souza : Sao Paulo,Brazil]

Michael Barbieri
Celestron C11 - Asi 178 MM - Baader RGB - ADC - Barlow 2x,Seeing 6/10 Trans 10/10

[Michael Barbieri : Villafranca di Verona,Italy]

Vlamir da Silva Junior
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]

Paulo Casquinha

(site: 38.567 N /8.933 W  Alt 124 m)
[Paulo Casquinha  Palmela,Portugal]

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