Even though wind and seeing was going to be laughably bad ahead of the cold front entering Austin (and boy did it deliver) I went ahead and setup for Jupiter and Saturn, just for the practice since the night was clear. One lesson learned - always check the telescope clock! When I asked it to slew to Jupiter it went the wrong way and banged the finderscope against the arms (twice because I'm a moron) - luckily the gears don't appear to be damaged.
Jupiter was barely above the treeline deep in the muck, about 13*. Trying to focus on one of the moons, I could see a clear RGB split of the colors - the moon was a rainbow streak instead of a spot. I think a ZWO Atmospheric Dispersion Corrector may be coming for Christmas LOL. I got lucky and happened to catch the start of a GRS transit. The picture is as bad as I expected, but there is some legit waviness in the belts.
Saturn was much higher, but still only ~28 degrees up and pretty mucky. Clear Cassini division this time, and I could see more than last time - definite bright equator and a faint belt in the temperate area. I did try a 2x Barlow, but it was hard to focus and the stack looked worse than at 1x.
Next time when the sky is steadier I want to try collimating since it's been years since I did so on this scope, and it's been stored in an uninsulated attic and hauled up and down stairs several times.
Equipment: Meade LX-200 Classic 8" f/10, ZWO ASI290MC, stacked with AutoStakkert and wavelets with Registax.
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