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Mars 2-weeks after opposition
Surrounded by a light area south of Valles Marineris, Solis Lacus (Lake of the Sun) looks like a planet-sized pupil, famously known as The Eye of Mars. 

While in the upper left, Olympus Mons emerges from the northern clouds.

Mars 2-weeks after opposition

Surrounded by a light area south of Valles Marineris, Solis Lacus (Lake of the Sun) looks like a planet-sized pupil, famously known as The Eye of Mars.

While in the upper left, Olympus Mons emerges from the northern clouds.

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Filename:20201027_-_Mars_-_Widefield.jpg
Album name:RichardL / Mars
Image date, time and location:27-Oct-2020
Telescope aperture and focal ratio:RC-1000
Camera and filters used:IR742 and blue
Processing applied:Created a synthetic green channel to use in colour combination
Filesize:225 KiB
Date added:Jul 29, 2021
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