Most of my astronomy is with smaller grab and go scopes. Even so, I do tend to plan an evening’s viewing even if only at a basic level. Jupiter’s so dynamic as a system it’s worth a bit of preparation. I caught an Io eclipse back in June. It was quite novel to watch the Jovian moon disappear quite rapidly, even though I’d prepared for the event with astronomy software.
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Telescopes: One Newtonian, three Maksutov Cassegrains, seven refractors, and a large SCT.