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Mars 19180324-2100

Mars 19180324-2100

Drawing of Mars by A.F. Miller, Toronto, using a 4-inch Wray Refractor, Power 300.

Key to Objects on the Drawings

  1. North polar cap
  2. Indistinct shadings in Eden and Arabia
  3. Sinus Sabæus
  4. Solis Pons
  5. Syrtis Major
  6. Osiridis Prom.
  7. Nili Pons
  8. White region
  9. Neith Regio

Sketch published in JRASC, 1918.

Mars 19180322-2115

Mars 19180322-2115

Drawing of Mars by A.F. Miller, Toronto, using a 4-inch Wray Refractor, Power 300.

Key to Objects on the Drawings

  1. North polar cap
  2. Mare Acidalium
  3. Eden
  4. Edom
  5. Sinus Sabæus
  6. Deucalionis Regio
  7. Syrtis Major
  8. Osiridis Prom.
  9. Nili Pons
  10. White region

Sketch published in JRASC, 1918.

Mars 19180320-2130

Mars 19180320-2130

Drawing of Mars by A.F. Miller, Toronto, using a 4-inch Wray Refractor, Power 300.

Key to Objects on the Drawings

  1. North polar cap
  2. Mare Acidalium
  3. Baltia
  4. Tempe
  5. Hydaspes
  6. Indus
  7. Aromatum Promontory
  8. Auroræ Sinus
  9. Margaritifer Sinus
  10. Deucalionis Regio
  11. Fastigium Arya
  12. Sinus Sabæus
  13. White Region

Sketch published in JRASC, 1918.

19180300 Mars

19180300 Mars

Drawings of Mars by H. Westoby, Guelph, Ontario, with 6" refractor, power 220.

Photo published in JRASC, 1918.

19600502 Ariadaeus Rill

19600502 Ariadaeus Rill

Ariadaeus Rill (Hyginus Rill on right).  8" reflector at 180x.  Sketched by Lorne Jewitt (Toronto Centre) on 1960 May 2 at 1:00 UT.  Col. 341.17°.  Willowdale, Ontario.

Photo published in JRASC, 1962.

Chant Slide 059

Chant Slide 059

59. Saturn, drawing by Lowell.

Chant Slide 058

Chant Slide 058

58. Saturn and satellites, in small telescope.

Chant Slide 055

Chant Slide 055

55. Jupiter, two drawings, showing moon and its shadow.

Mare Crisium

Mare Crisium

Mare Crisium as sketched by E.M. Brook on December 3rd, 1895 at Simcoe, Ontario. 12-inch reflector.

Clavius #2

Clavius #2

Clavius, as sketched by Miss Helen Stennett, Simcoe, Ontario, 1897. 12½" reflector.

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