Seeing was a little above average, but not quite as good as the previous week. In these images you can see Olympus Mons setting at upper right and Elysium Mons rising at upper left (in the north-up images). In Tharsis, Ascraeus Mons is visible, and Pavonis just barely, but Arsia is covered by the usual thin clouds. There are some interesting dark features peeking out from under the north polar cloud hood, but I'm not sure what they area. Mars has been pretty much dust-free this apparition, hasn't it? Is that normal for this time of year?
C11 and ASI224. Full details on capture and processing are with the images at the links.
Edited by astrovienna, 25 October 2020 - 11:34 PM.