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Old 07-02-2020, 11:48 AM
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Mars 2020-02-06

Mars during a period of good seeing this morning and before the conditions deteriorated.

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Old 14-02-2020, 03:17 PM
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Great details for under 5" diameter.
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Hi Phil, the recent images you have been posting of the planets in less than ideal conditions (small diameter, low altitudes) are nothing short of outstanding. Being only recently made aware of IIS (I usually frequent the CN solar system imaging forum), I looked you up on the web (well, actually I looked up the 20" Fullum Tech mirror you use and came up with your details almost immediately) and can now understand how you are able to produce these extraordinary images (no satellite involved ).

I look forward to seeing more of your work in the future, hopefully you can revive your CN profile and post your images to a wider audience again.

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