The first album cover below shows Mars and the Moon in conjunction on July 5 2014; note the terminator on Mars and features like W. Bond Crater on the Moon. The separation distance between the Moon and Mars was 18.8 arc minutes at my imaging time of 10:00 PM EDT.
I captured this image with a C11 SCT and a Canon 550D DSLR camera with both 1x and 10x camera magnification settings. I imaged the Moon's edge at 1x and 10x camera magnification and Mars at 10x magnification; note the Mars view at 10x magnification as seen in the enlarged box of my image. Note the Mars terminator on the left side of Mars and Bond Crater which measures 97 miles in diameter in the foreground of the Moon's image. Also note the enlarged view of Mars where one can see a vague outline of Acidalia Planitia on Mars in the upper left quadrant of the planetary disc although the DSLR camera sensor isn't as sensitive to Mars features as a dedicated planetary webcam having a much smaller sensor. Finally note Mars at the top of the image at its actual angular size and distance from the Moon.
Please click on any of the album cover images below to reach the entire collection of images for the planet or moon shown. For example clicking on the Jupiter album cover takes one to 3 separate collections of images captured between 2010 and 2014. Clicking on the 2012-2013 collection of images opens up every image I've taken of Jupiter between August 30 2012 and May 1 2013. Each of these images may be clicked on to reach a larger version of the image together with a more detailed description.