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Web Camera Images


November 2, 2005 at 7:44 UT.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 5X barlow. 1/25 second exposure. 1000 frames stacked with Registax. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools. Seeing was average (~3 out of 5). North is up. The angular diameter of Mars was 19.6".

October 2005 Dust Storms Composite.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 5X barlow. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools.

October 28, 2005 at 7:53 UT.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 5X barlow. 1/25 second exposure. 1500 frames stacked with Registax. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools. Seeing was good to excellent (~4 to 5 out of 5). North is up. Angular diameter 20.2". In this image the dust storms that broke out in the week prior to these observations are clearly visible (yellowish regions).

October 28, 2005 at 6:47 UT.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 3X barlow. 1/25 second exposure. 1800 frames stacked with Registax. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools. Seeing was good to excellent (~4 to 5 out of 5). North is up. Angular diameter 20.2". In this image the dust storms that broke out in the week prior to these observations are clearly visible (yellowish regions).

October 26, 2005 at 7:14 UT.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 5X barlow. 1/25 second exposure. 1650 frames stacked with Registax. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools. Seeing was good to excellent (~4 to 5 out of 5). North is up. Angular diameter 20.1". In this image the dust storms that broke out in the week prior to these observations are clearly visible (yellowish regions).

October 26, 2005 at 6:40 UT.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 3X barlow. 1/25 second exposure. 1600 frames stacked with Registax. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools. Seeing was good to excellent (~4 to 5 out of 5). North is up. Angular diameter 20.1". In this image the dust storms that broke out in the week prior to these observations are clearly visible (yellowish regions).

October 14, 2005 at 8:20 UT.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 3X barlow. 1/25 second exposure. 1300 frames stacked with Registax. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools. Seeing was average to good (~3 to 4 out of 5). North is up. Angular diameter 19.4".

October 8, 2005 at 9:52 UT.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 5X barlow. 1/25 second exposure. 1700 frames stacked with Registax. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools. Seeing was good to excellent (~4 to 5 out of 5). North is up. Angular diameter 18.7".

October 8, 2005 at 8:56 UT.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 3X barlow. 1/25 second exposure. 1400 frames stacked with Registax. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools. Seeing was good to excellent (~4 to 5 out of 5). North is up. Angular diameter 18.7".

September 27, 2005 at 9:47 UT.

Meade LXD55 8 inch SCT, ToUcam Pro web camera, and 5X barlow. 1/25 second exposure. 2000 frames stacked with Registax. Video sequences captured with K3CCDTools. Seeing was good to excellent (~4 to 5 out of 5). North is up. Angular diameter 117.4". The optics on my scope are noticeably out of alignment.