My first Images of Mars for the season, its was only 11 to 13 arsec across during these dates,
but I managed to pick up some details on the Martian surface. The South Polar Ice cap is very prominent,
and as Mars rotates over the dates that Imaged,
you can see different surface features visible.

I used my C8 & C-11 to take these new images using my QHY5III290M Mono Cmos Camera, LRGB filter wheel,
and on the 17th with the C8 I used a single shot ZWO224 Cmos Color camera.

All images were captured in Fire-capture software as Ser video File, typically about 4800 frames are stacked in Autostakkert, Registax6, Maxim DL, Adobe CS,
from my backyard Observatory in Dayton, Ohio.

Best Regards,
John Chumack