The dusty face of the Red Planet in 2018
A speed-up-visualisation with blendings to make the differences of the dust more recognizable.
1st map from July 2018:
20" Keller Cassegrain of the IAS Observatory (Hakos), a C11 a 12" LX200 ACF and a 10" LX200 (each with Baader FFC) from #Kiripotib, Namibia.
2nd map from Aug/Sept 2018:
1 m telescope in Chile
Mappings and animation: S. Voltmer
Cooperation with: B. Gährken and M. Rietze
Processed from images by D. Peach (Chile) and S. Voltmer (Namibia)
Chilescope · IAS-Observatory · Hakos · Kiripotib