If you click on the tab at the top of the page listed as PROJECTS you’ll see my current astronomical projects.
I’m compiling a group photo of all the planets in the solar system using my Yard Cannon and Casio pocket digital camera. I am pleased to release the portrait as it stands after a few sessions in September.
For Saturn, I think I’m going to have to wait until December or so when it returns to viewing in the morning sky after a swing around the backside of the sun.
Mercury I’ll have to wait for greater elongation from the sun as it currently is lost in the trees that surround my property at sunset/sunrise.
Mars is a tempting early sunset target that I’m going to aim for next.
Neptune will take a great night of seeing and not much interference from the Moon. See my post on how I got Uranus to understand why the Moon makes it difficult to find the ice giants.
You’ll notice that Pluto is not listed—at magnitude 14.0 or so, it’s close to the limit for my telescope (I think). I’m pretty sure it’s beyond the limit of the little Casio. However, I’m working on modifying a webcam, so we’ll see how that works later.