IC 1396 in narrowband from London.
Shot over three nights in August, September and October, with almost 19 hours of acquisition. First light for both my new ASI2600MM and Chroma narrowband filters.
Postprocessing using three different palettes: SHO (classic "Hubble palette", with more contrast), HOO (using only oxygen and hydrogen filters, more realistic colours), and HOS (middleground between the two).
This sequence was shot over 3.5 hours to try and capture Jupiter's rotation as smoothly as possible. Seeing was fairly bad, but that's quite standard around here. I also changed the camera to the ASI183MM Pro, cooled down to -15 degrees to try and minimize noise.
You can also see two satellites eclipsed: at the beginning of the animation Io disappears behind the Gas Giant, while at the end Europa suddenly reappears leaving the planet shadow.
In this second version the animation is a lot more fluid, but at the expense of some detail loss.