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Taking pictures of the planets may not be as hard as you may think, even with relatively small telescopes.
All of the pictures here have been taken from videos, stacking frames with a program called RegiStax. The following picture shows how this technique can improve the results:
The quality of the pictures is… modest. The main reason for this is that I no longer have lots of access to telescopes, and planets offer a good display only from time to time. This is specially true for Mars, which may be seen decently only every two years. And the difference will be dramatic! (Around x4 or x5 difference in size!)
This pictures show about the detail you could capture with the naked eye (or should, if Weebly behaved), a few of them a tad better than that.