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GA 1960 #8

GA 1960 #8

L to R: Isabel Williamson, Vern Ramsay, Constantine Papacosmas, Geoff Gaherty, David Stills.

Jupiter 196006110445

Jupiter 196006110445

Jupiter on 1960 June 10/11 at 00:45 EDT (04:45 UT) as sketched by Constantine Papacosmos. C.M.(1) 29°, C.M.(2) 86°. 6½" refractor at 222x. Seeing 4-5. Transparency 2.

Jupiter 195907290220

Jupiter 195907290220

Jupiter on 1959 July 28/29 at 22:20 EDT (02:20 UT) as sketched by Constantine Papacosmos. C.M.(1) 162°, C.M.(2) 126°. 8" Cave reflector at 264x. Seeing 4. Transparency 3.

Jupiter 195907170341

Jupiter 195907170341

Jupiter on 1959 July 16/17 at 23:41 EDT (03:41 UT) as sketched by Constantine Papacosmos. C.M.(1) 117°, C.M.(2) 173°. 8" Cave reflector at 264x. Seeing 5. Transparency 3.

Jupiter 195906120210

Jupiter 195906120210

Jupiter on 1959 June 11/12 (?) at 22:10 EDT (02:10 UT) as sketched by Constantine Papacosmos. C.M.(1) 353°, C.M.(2) 87°. 6½" refractor at 222x. Seeing 3. Transparency 2.

Jupiter 195907090210

Jupiter 195907090210

Jupiter on 1959 July 8/9 at 22:10 EDT (02:10 UT) as sketched by Constantine Papacosmos. C.M.(1) 239°, C.M.(2) 356°. 6½" refractor at 222x. Seeing 4. Transparency 3.

Jupiter 195907080315

Jupiter 195907080315

Jupiter on 1959 July 7/8 at 23:15 EDT (03:15 UT) as sketched by Constantine Papacosmos. C.M.(1) 121°, C.M.(2) 245°. 8" Cave reflector at 264x. Seeing 4. Transparency 2.

Jupiter 195907040212

Jupiter 195907040212

Jupiter on 1959 July 3/4 at 22:12 EDT (02:12 UT) as sketched by C. Papacosmos. C.M.(1) 171°, C.M.(2) 326°. 3" refractor at 100x. Seeing 4. Transparency 2.

Jupiter 195905280245

Jupiter 195905280245

Jupiter on 1959 May 27/28 at 22:45 EDT (02:45 UT) as sketched by Constantine Papacosmos. C.M.(1) 107°, C.M.(2) 184°. 6½" refractor at 133x. Seeing 3. Transparency 2.

Venus 196101312050

Venus 196101312050

Venus on 1961 January 31 at 15:50 EST (20:50 UT) as sketched by Constantine Papacosmos. 6" refractor at 220x. Seeing 4-5/10. Transparency 3/5. The three parallel belts were seen  momentarily, as unbroken, sharply defined, grayish bands, and were the most conspicuous details at that moment.

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