The planets and stars with the Orion 10" f/3.9 Newtonian Astrograph and DBK41 color camera November 24, 2017 Uploaded 11/24/17
 A clear blue sky but with poor seeing didnt stop me today. All shots here are around 10 am with the 10 inch stopped to TWO inches apergture to get the clearest images.
Venus very near the Sun at nearly 100% illumiated.

Next, I jumped to Jupiter, as the large 31 arc second disk was revealed:

Mars was next, even furthur from the Sun, nearing the meridian:

Spica, was near Mars and made a tempting target:

Finally, Arcturus was north of Spica and on the meridian too:
Processing: 300/1000 best frames, alignment in Registax, Wavelets in Registax, Levels and Contrast Masking In Photoshop CS2,
Instrument: Orion (GSO) 10" f/3.9 Platform: Astrophysics AP1200 CCD Camera: Image Source DBK 41 Filter: Orion IR block Exposure: 1/30 sec 12fps Location: Payson, Arizona Elevation: 5150 ft. Sky: Seeing 3/5, Transparency 7/10 Outside Temperature: 35F