Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, has long been a favourite target of the amateur astronomer.
Mars does not have canals! Nor does it have strange, unexplained faces but it is still a prime target for the astrophographer.
Saturn is almost certainly the most photogenic of all the planets in the Solar System. The famous rings are a splendid sight in small telescopes.
At the centre of the Solar System is the Sun - ultimately the source of all energy on the Earth (apart from nuclear energy.
Our nearest natural neighbour in space, the Moon, has fascinated man for thousands of years. The lunar 'seas' (or 'maria') can be clearly seen with no optical aid.