Typical sandy Last night the moon was visible but covered with hazy cloud.
I still remember taking a pic of the moon for every day of the lunation. It took me over a year and of course lost ALL my slides later.
Poor old Opportunity rover must be full of sand by now... built to last....like a Tal1 telescope
Would have liked to have seen those lunar slides Jim..
So many things lost Mark but I found one of my OLD log books, even got a 'Sketch' of mars in it from 1986. What surprised me when skimming through it was the ridiculous observing times I used to do. 4am as have to be at work for 5am. Strangely though it looks like some of the log is missing either that or I had another book which I can't find. Much of the observing was done with 7 x 50 binoculars or a 3" refractor belonging to the Ewell Astronomical Society of which I was a member back then.