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These three images of Mars were made three days apart during which Mars has rotated on its axis slightly less than three times because its day is slightly greater than 24 hours. The images were made using a Phillips Toucam webcam with Barlow lens on the LX200R 14" telescope the collimation of which was checked before each exposure. The webcam images were processed in Registax and Photoshop. [Jefferis]