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May 16, 1999, 3:25 - 3:50 UT, seeing 5 - 6, transparency 2. Central Meridian 348.75 degrees.

Astro-Physics 7.1" f/9 EDT refractor on homemade Dobsonian-style mount. Magnification 203x-289x with Baader binoviewer.

Along northern edge of Sinus Sabaeus a small light colored area was visible which may be the frost filled crater Edom.