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Mars' Rotation Oct 25th, 26th and 27th 2020

Sky Watcher SK707AZ2 70mm f/10 + barlow 3X + super 10mm eyepiece + yellow filter #8 Expanse. South is downwards.

 

1) I took a video with a sony W320 with 4x zoom, 579/616 frames used, EV-1,3, edited with Castrator, AS!2 and MS Picture Manager. Oct 25th 23:25 UTC.

 

2) I took a video with a sony W320 with 4x zoom, 295/458 frames used, EV-1,3, edited with Castrator, AS!2 and MS Picture Manager. Oct 26th 0:22 UTC.

 

3) I took a video with a sony W320 with 4x zoom, 520/588 frames used, EV-1,3, edited with Castrator, AS!2 and MS Picture Manager. Oct 26th 1:22 UTC.

 

4) I took a video with a sony W320 with 4x zoom, 374/671 frames used, EV-1,3, edited with Castrator, AS!2 and MS Picture Manager. Oct 27th 2:42 UTC.

 

The most proeminent features visible are the rather now tiny South Pole Cape (the bottom white tip at the disk), the plateau Solis Lacus (the dot at the center's disk), Argyre Planitia (a huge crater with more than 1600km in diameter, visible as a clearer area at right half of the disk in the first 2 frames) and the Vallis Marineris canyon (a huge canion with more than 5000km in length, 200km in width and more than 7km in depth), visible as a fuzzy dark line at the center disk, just above Solis Lacus.

 

Edited with MS Picture Manager and joined with Photofiltre and MS Movie Maker.

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Uploaded on October 28, 2020