Jupiter
 

   
10.1'' reflector 115x 
July 29, 1997  4:10 UT 

Jupiter with the 4 Galilean moons (from left to right: Ganymede, Io, Europa, and Callisto). The Great Red Spot can be seen as a small blob approaching the center of the disk.

10.1'' reflector 96x      Speers-Waler ep.
October 21, 1998  00:25 UT 

Moons left to right: Io, Ganymede, Europa, and Callisto. Ganymede is approaching Jupiter's eastern limb; twenty minutes later it disappears as it begins moving across Jupiter's disk.





 

 
10.1'' reflector 192x
October 19, 1999  1:30 UT

Jupiter with 3 Galilean moons visible (left to right: Europa, then Io, Ganymede to the right of Jupiter). North and South Equatorial belts are plainly visible, plus some details of the polar cloud structure.

10.1'' reflector   Mallincam DS432cTEC with 2.5x barlow
Exposure = 55 msec, Gain = 1/250
November 13, 2021  00:39 UT

Cloud bands on the side of Jupiter that does not have the Great Red Spot (it just rotated off of the right-hand limb). Image processed from a stack of 207 SER frames through Autostakkert and further refined in GIMP. Various cloud details are clearly visible in the belts, zones, and polar regions of this view.





 

 
10.1'' reflector   Mallincam DS432cTEC with 2.5x barlow
Exposure = 37 msec, Gain = 1/250
November 19, 2021  23:59 UT

Jupiter with 3 Galilean moons visible (Io to the left of the disk, Ganymede and Europa respectively to the right). Ganymede at this time is in line with Amalthea, so its light is a combination of the two moons. The Great Red Spot is not visible having just rotated off of the disk's right-hand limb. Image stacked in Autostakkert using the top 25% of 1007 SER frames, processed in GIMP.

North at 1 o'clock, East at 10 o'clock

10.1'' reflector   Mallincam DS432cTEC with 2.5x barlow
Exposure = 37 msec, Gain = 1/250
November 19, 2021  23:59 UT

Image taken from the same stack as previous image, this time using the top 1% of the frames instead and a tighter crop. A little more fidelity in the cloud details can be seen.

North at 1 o'clock, East at 10 o'clock