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.
|Telescope||SkyWatcher Skymax 180|
|Camera||ZWO ASI183MM Pro|
|Filters||Astronomik R-G-B Type 2c Filters, ZWO EFW|
|Software||FireCapture, AutoStakkert, PixInsight, WinJUPOS|