10.9.2005 3.40 LT
 
Sinus Meridiani is in the middle and Hellas basin is in view. Polar cap is very clear and white. Diameter 15,28"
CM 312.
 
   
11.9.2005 3.25 LT
 
The same view one day later. Diameter 15,28" CM 312.
 
   
16.9.2005 2.35 LT
 
Syrtis Major and Libya are in the middle, polar cap is very bright. Diameter 15,89" CM 253.
 
   
26.9.2005 4.17 LT
 
A peaceful looking Mars. Diameter 17,18" CM 185.
 
   
4.10.2005 02.50 LT
 
Solis Lacus, eye of Mars. Diameter 18,19" CM 88.
 
   
9.10.2005 2.50 LT
 
Valles Marineris-side and Solis Lacus. Diameter   18,89" CM 46.
 
   
13.10.2005 2.25 LT
 
Mare Erythraeum is turning into view. Diameter 19,21" CM 3.
 
   
19.10.2005 1.00 LT
 
My best image of Syrtis Major "The Hourglass Sea" and Hellas basin. Diameter 19,73" CM 290.
 
   
25.10.2005 0.00 LT
 
The best image of the season imaged through a brief gap in the clouds. Diameter 20,07" CM 220.
 
   
16.11.2005 23.55 LT
 
Valles Marineris side and a cloudy north region. Diameter 19,01" CM 34.
 
   
17.11.2005 21.00 LT
 
Some details can be seen in Hellas basin. Diameter 18,90" CM 341.
 
   
18.11.2005 22.05 LT
 
Sinus Meridiani and a heavy cloud cover over north pole. Diameter 18,77" CM 348.
 
   
20.11.2005 23.50 LT
 
Sinus Meridiani-side. Diameter 18,48" CM 356.
 
   
21.11.2005 00.03 LT
 
Sinus Meridiani-side. Diameter 18,48" CM 358,7.
 
   
16.12.2005 19.30 LT
 
The Valles Marineris-side of Mars in view. Diameter 14,31" and CM 57,1.
 
   
21.12.2005 18.35 LT
 
Sinus Meridiani-side. Diameter 13,54" and CM 357,3.
 
   
   
 
 
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