It's been way too long. Last night I had the 10" Dob out, even though conditions were horrible. Visual was a challenge, and 133x was really pushing it. I spied a shadow transit in progress and decided I wanted to try imaging it. Only the last of eight attempts was marginally acceptable to try processing. The other seven were trash. Frankly, I didn't think even this one was salvageable. It took A LOT of effort to get this image. The moons were so faint they were not visible. So, I made two separate layers, one of the planet and the other of the moons, and merged them. Looks OK but not overdone, I hope. Ed Subject: Jupiter Date: 07/20/2019 Time: 22:30hr EDT (07/21 02:30 UT) Location: Miami, Florida 25.61N 80.42W Conditions: Horrible, high humidity, cloudy/rain Instrument: 254mm f/4.7 Dob Focal Ratio: f/4.7 Camera: ZWO ASI290MC with Baader Neodymium filter Capture Area: 1936x1096 Frames: Single pass across screen, ~800 frames captured Software: SharpCap 2.9, PIPP, AutoStakkert!2, RegiStax 6, Photo Studio Notes: - Capture started when entire planet entered view. - Capture stopped before starting to go out of view. - Single pass capture. - Conditions were horrible. - Frame rates as low as 9f/s to as high as 14f/s. - 30% best frames used, drizzled 1.5x in AS!2 - RegiStax for Wavelets, RGB Align, RGB Balance, Gamma. - Photo Studio for final sizing. - Image shows Io transit, Ganymede to right.