Seeing was not stellar, about 7/10 with very few really steady moments.
Some detail could be seen in the 30 minutes I spent trying to render a sketch. There were a few surprises, however. First, there seemed to be this closed loop feature between two festoons approaching the preceding limb. It seemed to have another soft streak trailing from it, as shown. Saw that several times. Kind of weird, really, almost like an illusion.
Inside this structure, and up against the NEB, there did seem to be a bit of a brighter spot. It gave the impression of a notch in the NEB between the two festoons. Strikingly, the larger festoon near the trailing limb had a very similar brighter feature tucked right up against it. The strange thing is, this brighter feature appeared to fan out off much like a comet. It was pretty impressive to see, so I decided to post this sketch.
Ganymede's shadow was transiting with Ganymede just off the trailing limb. I did jump to 480x to study Ganymede, again. No luck, really, nothing to really call an albedo feature. But, I felt like I was close. Ganymede was just jumping around too much.
I am also trying out my new Jupiter template, might need some work. Thanks for looking.
14 Nov 1450UT, Sys I 223, seeing 7/10, transparency mag 3, 170x UO 10mm Ortho Celestron 1.6x shorty Barlow, unfiltered.