Very sorry but this is not like you note.
We could capture something more or less at the eypiece, BUT this would remain to-day with tools we have on some expectations for what we aimed. Winjupos, mars previewer, aberrator, etc... we have more to-day.
I did something on daylight on mercury, some past ago with a 100ED sw. I got small contrasted features on the session.
That matched with a winjupos, for a 100mm.
I am not dreaming about results got by such apertures, I know exactly what they can do, tak, zeiss or any others, same.
I did with a simple achromat, the vixen 100mm F10 and also an istar 100F12. All did the same, a little more with istar on planets.
Any guy arguing making more than a 100mm perfect considered in any software based on diffraction rules and aberrations involvement, is somewhere a guy very optimistic, too much that the abilities, so a kind of a BIG frog of Mr La Fontaine.
Very sorry to write this here, because I was still on the way that US observers, not had, because it was, but to-day have not enough a good approach, only commercial.
When reading this I think we will have anathesmes for, ..., against trade marks, only.
Don't hesitate to write this.
I started with a 76mm F16 Unitron at the beginning, never saw the same on mars with those to-day pseudo apochomat, even the trade marks named, comparing to-day visually, still have, in spite of the violet light hazze, slight.
Did mars, venus and jupiter with it so detailed on the 80ies.
Probably question of own eyes: but 0 chromatic aberration is not the only channel for approaching those software expectations.