I definitely did not expect clear weather this morning. Forecast called for clouds and possible rain. It was clear with fog developing in the valley below me. Temps in the low 60's, high humidity, air was still, and the sky looked beautiful.
I captured this series of images of Europa and it's shadow transiting the face of Jupiter.
No other processing was done other than stacking in Autostakkert and wavelets in Registax. So, it looks a little uneven from capture to capture.
Jupiter's elevation was 27-28 degrees above the horizon.
I took some additional images of Saturn and Mars that I will post separately.
Scope: Questar 3.5
Camera: ZWO 178MC with Questar focal reducer plugged into axial port
Mount: Davis & Sanford lightweight tripod
This should look better if you open the image. The preview image always looks compressed.
What a bonus this morning!
Edited by TerryWood, 22 June 2020 - 04:35 AM.