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Partial rotation of Mars at the 2018 opposition


This video comprises the sequence of 12 images of Mars taken between 4th and 6th August, that is, a few days after the perihelic opposition of Mars in 2018, soon after the dust storm began to dissipate, and the surface features were visible again. More than half of the Martian globe is displayed. Instruments: Celestron NexStar 8SE, Meade 3x Telextender (Barlow), Expanse 120 Color Camera.

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