Linking Amateur and Professional Mars Observing Communities.
The International MarsWatch Electronic Newsletter Index
Volume 3; Issue 1; November 22, 1997: MarsWatch News
Volume 3; Issue 2; December 2, 1997: 1997 Summary of Mars Dust Activity Observed by the Mars Global Surveyor Spacecraft
Volume 3; Issue 3; February 13, 1998: MarsWatch News: February 1998
Volume 3; Issue 4; April 27, 1998: 1998-1999 Aphelic Apparition of Mars: Part 1
Volume 3; Issue 5; August 20, 1998: 1998-1999 Aphelic Apparition of Mars: Part 2
Volume 3; Issue 6; October 26, 1998: 1998-1999 Aphelic Apparition of Mars: Part 3; Calendar of Events
Volume 3; Issue 7; December 21, 1998: Measuring the Polar Caps of Mars From CCD Images
Volume 4; Issue 1; January 17, 1999: Are Amateur Observations of Mars Important to Science?
Volume 4; Issue 2; February 14, 1999: Groundbased Support for Mars Global Surveyor Camera Calibration Sought; Latest B. A. A. Mars Observing Update.
Volume 4; Issue 3; March 18, 1999: Where to Find the latest jaw-dropping images from Mars; Latest B.A.A. Mars Observing Update; Latest A.L.P.O. Mars Electronic Newsletter; Upcoming HST Mars Observations.
Volume 4; Issue 4; April 18, 1999: HST Mars observations: April 27 through May 7; Update on the Mars Global Surveyor Antenna Glitch; Latest B.A.A. Mars Observing Update; Latest A.L.P.O. Mars Electronic Newsletter.
Volume 4; Issue 5; May 31, 1999: 1999 HST Mars Images Available Online; Latest A.L.P.O. Mars Electronic Newsletter.
You can receive new issues of the Electronic Newsletters via E-mail by
Older issues of the Electronic Newsletters are available at
Jim Bell will continue to maintain the email distribution list as well as
the various Cornell and JPL Marswatch-related WWW archives. If you are receiving
duplicate copies of the International MarsWatch Electronic Newsletter, or
you want your name added to or removed from the distribution list, please
send him an email at
Department of Astronomy
Center for Radiophysics and Space Research
424 Space Sciences Building
Ithaca, NY 14853-6801
Phone: 607-255-5911; fax: 607-255-9002
Return to the Marswatch 1998-1999 Homepage.
This page is maintained by David Knighton for the International MarsWatch.
The 1998-1999 MarsWatch site it hosted by the Astronomical League as a service
to the astronomical community. Comments, corrections, and suggestions can
be addressed to
This page last updated June 1, 1999.