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Mars - 26 July 2018-0134hrs
 
© Mariusz Goralski

Mars - 26 July 2018-0134hrs

Mars with Hellas Planitia and Syrtis Major visible. Looks like the Dust storm, which was persisting on Mars for the last few months is starting to die down, revealing more detail than only a couple of weeks ago.


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Fantastic shot, We have been clouded out the last few nights but I live in hope.
You have managed some fantastic detail there and looks like the storm is starting to settle a little

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