The original purpose was to sketch Jupiter, but as I was waiting for him to rise, I decided to try something new (for me) on the magnificent full moon. Set the scope on the southern highlands and sketched this intriguing oblique view. The large crater with the double central peak is Drygalski (I think):
Jupiter didn't disappoint. Some great detail preceding and following the GRS visible under excellent seeing conditions. After completing this sketch, I hung around and watched Ganymede slip behind the planet - beautiful sight!