5.4.2014 0.14 LT
 
First image of the season. Diameter 14,9 " CM 65,9.
 
   
9.4.2014 23.04 LT
 
Mars almost directly viewed central meridian towards the Earth. Diameter 15,1 " CM 4,25.
 
   
15.4.2014 0.20 LT
 
Imaging altitude was only 20 degrees. Syrtis Major in view. Amazingly bright clouds over Hellas and at the rim of Acidalia. Diameter 15,16 " CM 339,3.
 
   
21.4.2014 1.06 LT
 
Mars showing its classic landmarks: Syrtis Major, bright clouds over Hellas, northern polar cap and orographic cloud over Elysium Mons. Diameter 15,06 " CM 298,4.
 
   
21.4.2014 22.59 LT
 
Syrtis Major is on the left with brigh Hellas above it. There are clouds over Elysium Mons, as ususal.
Diameter 15,03 " CM 258,3.
 
   
21.4.2014 23.19 LT
 
Mars 20 minutes later. Diameter 15,03 " CM 263,2.
 
   
26.4.2014 0.22 LT
 
Propably the best seeing this year, still only average. Lots of nice detail on Elysium Planitia. Diameter 14,85 "
CM 243,5.
 
   
26.4.2014 0.43 LT
 
Syrtis Major turning into view. Diameter 14,85 " CM 248,6.
 
   
27.4.2014 23.16 LT
 
Elysium Mons in the middle and a bright orographic cloud over Olympus Mons. Diameter 14,74 " CM 209,9.
 
   
28.4.2014 0.23 LT
 
Elysium Planitia with some bright clouds on the right edge. Diameter 14,74 " CM 226,2.
 
   
14.5.2014 22.48 LT
 
The best image of the Valles Marineris -side I managed this season. Diameter 13,39 " CM 51,3.
 
   
14-15.5.2014 23.41-0.04 LT
 
Beautiful Mars with clouds covering Tharsis. One of the great volcanoes is peeking through the clouds, propably Ascraeus Mons. There is a faint divide in northern polar cap. Diameter 13,39 " CM 64,2.
 
   
17.5.2014 21.54 LT
 
Haze over Acidalia. Diameter 13,11 " CM 10.8.
 
   
17.5.2014 22.28 LT
 
Skies were a little darker half an hour later making color calibration little easier. Diameter 13,11 " CM 19.1.
 
   
22.5.2014 22.00 LT
 
Mars imaged from very bright skies. Lots of familiar details shown: Polar cap, Syrtis Major, Sinus Sabaeus. Diameter 12,64 " CM 326,7.
 
   
22.5.2014 22.16 LT
 
Mars imaged from very bright skies. Lots of familiar details shown: Polar cap, Syrtis Major, Sinus Sabaeus. Diameter 12,64 " CM 330,6.
 
   
24.5.2014 22.29 LT
 
Syrtis Major turning to right and Acidalia with a bright band of clouds above it emerging from shadows . Diameter 12,45 " CM 315,4.
 
   
   
 
 
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