Seeing improved after the first Mars photo. I was continuing to capture between clouds.
- The north polar hood is peeking over the northern limb, presumably above the dust.
- The global dust storm has left a very opaque view of most of the surface.
- Hellas Basin appears to be covered by a completely opaque cloud of dust, which also appears to be extending east out of the basin.
- The south polar cap is covered in dust on the eastern side, but mostly clear on the western side.
Celestron X-Cel 3x
Celestron EdgeHD 8