Mars 11 September 2020

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Michael Barbieri
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Mars 11 September 2020

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Hi to all!
Here my last work about Mars. The seeing was good but only for 10 minutes on 3 hours of was very good. Fortunately i was there to take this opportunity!

Setup, shooting data and single channels here: https://www.astroandnature.com/blog/pos ... 9-11-mars/
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Hello Michael. Very nice results on your Mars. Great planetary color and surface markings in RB and RGB composite light. Thanks for sharing this with us Michael, and keep up the good work.
- Marshall
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Excellent, imaging Mars is challenging, good work.
Cheers,

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Great image Michael!
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Absolutely stunning images of Mars, Michael.
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Congratulations Michael on having your image selected as todays TSS APOD!

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Great images of Mars Michael and congrats on winning the APOD for today.
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Gordon wrote:
Thu Sep 17, 2020 7:11 pm
Congratulations Michael on having your image selected as todays TSS APOD!

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Thank yuo! :)
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Excellent images, Michael. Congrats on the accolade. Well deserved!
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Excellent images. Congrats on the APOD.
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I will echo that thought. Excellent images. Congratulations on the APOD. Your shot encourages me to go out and give it a try, though I've never come away with anything like that.
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Going to be hard to do any better than that... The detail is excellent.

Congratulations for the TSS APOD award.

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