The weather was bitterly cold last night, but ‘seeing’ was ok, not great, but ok, and certainly better than it has been of late. Managed some decent visual views of Jupiter and Mars, and captured a couple of images of Jupiter. The one here shows the planet, two of its Moons, one to either side (Io to the left and Europa to the right) and Ganymede, just about visible under the GRS and slightly to the right of it, transiting across it.
Meade LX90 8″
Altair Astro 178c USB3 camera
Skywatcher AZ-EQ6 GT Pro mount
Sharpcap, Autostakkert, Registak, Lightroom.