| These images of Jupiter was taken on 20th November 2011 using a DMK 41AU02 camera on the 14" LX200 telescope at Durlston. As this is a mono camera a colour filter wheel was used to produce red, green and blue-filtered images. The video sequence was approximately 500 frames at 15 frames per second. Processed in Registax, Maxim DL (to combine the RGB images into a single colour image) and Photoshop to produce these images.
Notice how the Great Red Spot had moved during the 35 minutes covered by these pictures. The seeing conditions were the best that this observer has experienced. [Alan Jefferis]