Mars

Mars 195811272100

1958 November 27 @ 21:00 EST, seeing 5. South is approximately up.

Correction: 1958 November 27 @ 21:00 EST, seeing 5 (thanks to Geoff Gaherty for correcting this).

Drawings made through a 10 f/7.2 Newtonian. Power 150. Seeing in Pickering's scale; 5 is the best we ever have here. Polar region marked in dotted line: glimpses and doubtful. Time: EST.
Location: N.Lat. 45°17'31, W.Long. 72°33'02; elev.: 650 feet
Address: S.A. Zielinski, Fulford, Que.

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Mars 195811092100

1958 November 4 @ 21:00 EST, seeing 2-3. South is approximately up. 

Correction: 1958 November 9 @ 21:00 EST, seeing 4 (thanks to Geoff Gaherty for the correction).

Drawings made through a 10 f/7.2 Newtonian. Power 150. Seeing in Pickering's scale; 5 is the best we ever have here. Polar region marked in dotted line: glimpses and doubtful. Time: EST.
Location: N.Lat. 45°17'31, W.Long. 72°33'02; elev.: 650 feet
Address: S.A. Zielinski, Fulford, Que.

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Mars 195811122000

Mars on 1958 November 12 @ 20:00 EST, seeing 2. South is approximately up.

Drawings made through a 10 f/7.2 Newtonian. Power 150. Seeing in Pickering's scale; 5 is the best we ever have here. Polar region marked in dotted line: glimpses and doubtful. Time: EST.
Location: N.Lat. 45°17'31, W.Long. 72°33'02; elev.: 650 feet
Address: S.A. Zielinski, Fulford, Que.

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Mars 195811222000

1958 November 9 @ 21:00 EST, seeing 4. South is approximately up.

Correction: 1958 November 22 @ 20:00 EST, seeing 2 (thanks to Geoff Gaherty for the correction).

Drawings made through a 10 f/7.2 Newtonian. Power 150. Seeing in Pickering's scale; 5 is the best we ever have here. Polar region marked in dotted line: glimpses and doubtful. Time: EST.
Location: N.Lat. 45°17'31, W.Long. 72°33'02; elev.: 650 feet
Address: S.A. Zielinski, Fulford, Que.

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Mars 195811042100

Mars on 1958 November 1 @ 22:00 EST, seeing 5. South is approximately up.

Correction: 1958 November 4 @ 21:00 EST, seeing 2-3 (thanks to Geoff Gaherty for the correction).

Drawings made through a 10 f/7.2 Newtonian. Power 150. Seeing in Pickering's scale; 5 is the best we ever have here. Polar region marked in dotted line: glimpses and doubtful. Time: EST.
Location: N.Lat. 45°17'31, W.Long. 72°33'02; elev.: 650 feet
Address: S.A. Zielinski, Fulford, Que.

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Mars 195811012200

1958 November 2 @ 21:30 EST, seeing 4. South is approximately up.

Correction: 1958 November 1 @ 22:00 EST, seeing 5 (thanks to Geoff Gaherty for the correction).

Drawings made through a 10 f/7.2 Newtonian. Power 150. Seeing in Pickering's scale; 5 is the best we ever have here. Polar region marked in dotted line: glimpses and doubtful. Time: EST.
Location: N.Lat. 45°17'31, W.Long. 72°33'02; elev.: 650 feet
Address: S.A. Zielinski, Fulford, Que.

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Mars 195811072100

1958 November 7 @ 21:00, seeing 3-4. South is approximately up.

Drawings made through a 10 f/7.2 Newtonian. Power 150. Seeing in Pickering's scale; 5 is the best we ever have here. Polar region marked in dotted line: glimpses and doubtful. Time: EST.
Location: N.Lat. 45°17'31, W.Long. 72°33'02; elev.: 650 feet
Address: S.A. Zielinski, Fulford, Que.

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Mars 18xx

Mars, as seen in 1868(?). Sketch by Andrew Elvins.

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Mars 1856

These sketches, undated, are attributed in our Archives to Andrew Elvins. They are uncannily similar to observational skecthes by Warren De la Rue from 1856 April 20, as reproduced in Camille Flammarion, La Planète Mars et ses conditions d'habitabilité, synthèse générale de toutes les observations..., vol. I (Paris: Gauthier-Villars et fils, 1892), p. 128, fig. 76, and p. 129, fig. 77.

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Mars 1892

Mars as seen in 1892(?). Sketch by Andrew Elvins.

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