Thanks Cindy. I'm not good with colors, monochromatic version is a must in my case, not an intention.
Also, these are rough sketches made directly at the eyepiece. I can't imagine myself dealing with color pencil at the eyepiece. I cannot manage them during daytime...
I was out tonight again. I was observing Jupiter mostly through clouds. That's why I stayed at 111x. Jupiter was most of the time quite dark even at this relatively low power. In any case, it was worth the effort as I was rewarded by Ganymede emerging behind Jupiter. I estimated that the last contact was around 19:29UT. Yet, according to WinJUPOS, the moon was still half hidden behind Jupiter. I don't think my mobile phone time is so off (it agrees with my computer time, and I believe, both are tuned over internet). Do you have an explanation for this?
Edited by Sasa, 04 August 2019 - 04:30 PM.