Here's the result of just a little more experience. The Great Red Spot is at lower right.
Jupiter's moon Ganymede is off to the left.
This image was taken by Buck
Harley using his 7" refractor, which he later donated to PGO.
Two moons are shown, one of which is casting a shadow on the planet.
The camera was a SAC IVc, which is a Logitech 3000 webcam put in a container suitable for attaching to a telescope.
This image was taken during a night of exceptionally good
seeing during the 2010 IFSP.
Image by John Mahony using a Toucam webcam on our 16" LX200R.
This image of Mars was taken during a night of exceptionally
air during the close approach of August 2003.
It still appeared only about half the size of Jupiter, but the still air allowed very high "magnification" (very long effective focal length) to be used.
The white feature at the bottom is the south polar cap.
Valles Marineris, the largest canyon in the solar system, runs vertically across the center.
Here's another image taken a few days later, showing a dust storm (bright yellow region) near the top.