I had long meant to try to image the moons of Mars, but terrible weather during the 2018 opposition took my mind off it. Last night, Phobos was directly in front of Mars, but Deimos was located close to the apsa to Mars' right. I knew that glare would be the source of the challenge, so my first thought was to image it in blue, and that proved to be quite easy, so I followed it up with green and red, and produced the following image of Deimos to the right of overexposed Mars. At least one other dim star is visible elsewhere in the image.
C9.25", ASI-1600mm with filters. 100ms / frame exposure.
Tomorrow, Phobos and Deimos will both be in relatively favorable positions, so I will try to capture the whole Mars system at once. Phobos will undoubtedly be harder to separate from the glare of Mars, but I don't see a show stopping obstacle to doing so.