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As the weather in Lowestoft continues to be 'changeable'! - I gave up on photon collection and instead downloaded data from Mars Express via the PDS Cartography and Imaging Sciences Node. Credits : Nasa JPL and the US Geological Survey. Then I messed about with the data with some assorted software.  I particularly liked this view of Phobos orbiting over the surface of Mars. I'm never going to spot this bad boy through my telescope - far to far away and far too small.

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