I really like this picture. Not only does it show surprising detail despite the dust storm, but look at those moons!
Here’s a cool animation showing the extent of the dust storm happening on Mars right now.
“In the summer of 2018, Mars will be closer to Earth than at any time since 2003. The Red Planet won’t be this close again until 2035…
At opposition, on a night with clear, steady air, even with a small telescope you should be able to see Mars’ polar cap of frozen carbon dioxide and water ice, along with darker and lighter regions on the planet.”