Im posting a few of the drawings I made over Thanksgiving week. Specifically Nov. 17 at 11:30. Ganymede was off the limb but too far to include in cropped area. This is the first one this year made while observing through my Televue 70mm refractor. Seeing was 5/5 and top magnfication was 120x. In the past Ive seen more details on this planet with this scope, festoons, barges, projections and such but this night it was a pleasant if simple straightforward Jove.
Impressions visually were "hmm half thye SEB is gone and I kind of knew why, then closer ispection yielded a pale but certain GRS. BA and such wasnt anywhere to be found.
The 70mm usually provides simpler views but they are always so proper and refractorish I love all my outtings with this scope.