One day after opposition for Jupiter, on a night of very good seeing which improved as the night progressed. I took a number of images of Jupiter, probably the best of which is shown below at captured size.
I turned the others into an animation, which appears to show a change in the colour of the NEB as the planet spins, with the clouds becoming progressively darker and turning almost brown. Not too sure what to make of this, as the processing was identical between frames, the only real change was that Jupiter rose from around 51 degrees in elevation for the first image up to 72 degrees for the last. I'd be interested in anyone's thoughts on this observation.
Capture details: Celestron Evolution C9.25 with TV 2.5x PowerMate and ASI224MC, 150 fps for 3 minutes, stacked in AS!3 with 3x drizzle, sharpened in R6 and final touches in Photoshop Elements.