Unless stated otherwise all images were taken with a ZWO ASI-178mm mono camera

Jupiter, 20cm SCT, F10, 1/60 sec x 3,000 frames, red filter.  Imaged through an open window.

Mars on Aug 23, 2020 as compared to a Hubble telescope image from Stellarium.

20cm SCT, F10, Exp=18ms x 2700 frames, red filter, colored, diam=16.4 arc-secs.

The south polar ice-cap is at the bottom.  Imaged through an open window.

Saturn, 20cm SCT, F10, 1/50 sec x 2,000 frames, red filter.  Imaged through an open window.

Venus, 20cm SCT, F10, 1/200 sec x 2,000 frames, red filter.  With surface markings?

Mercury (20cm SCT, F5, exp=4,000 frames x 1ms)

Mar's small satellite Deimos at mag 12.2 on Aug 23, 2020.

Mars is intentional overexposed to bring out Deimos.  Close to Mars it's difficult to image.

20cm SCT, F10, exp 1.0 sec x 122 frames = 2 minutes.

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