Last Sunday night, a brief window in the cloudy and rainy weather ahead of hurricane Zeta's arrival opened, which I took advantage of from my driveway. This image of Mars is a stack of 9,000 frames from the best of the six AVI files I was able to get before the clouds closed back in. Each AVI file contained about 50,000 frames recorded at 400X400 pixel resolution. The video data was acquired with a ZWO 290MC camera and atmospheric dispersion corrector together with an Antares 1.5X Barlow lens. After stacking in Autostakert and sharpening in the Registax wavelets, post processing was carried out in Photoshop. A second sharpening was done with a light application of unsharp masking. The telescope was as usual, an 8-inch EdgeHD SCT. The eye like feature near the center of the disk is Solis Lacus, or Lake of the Sun.