I was able to do some imaging on the 23rd and the result is below. It isn’t a particularly interesting image due to the conditions but at least I was able to get a shot of the red planet. I also haven’t had a chance to check the collimation of my scope lately, so that may have contributed to the lack of detail.
The sky was filled with waves of high thin clouds, and a large bank of clouds approaching from the SW, but there was enough time to catch the red planet just above 40 degrees in elevation. I did have to limit the number of frames captured because of the approaching clouds.
As usual the image was taken with a DMK21AF04, and Custom Scientific RGB filters, attached to the C14.
Dark skies, Larry