This is an image of Jupiter (jupiter15-139.jpg) from last night (Saturday November 5th, 2011).
It is using the Meade LPI software that integrates all on its own and this is the 139th image of the exposure sequence. Io is the moon closest and Europa the farthest.
This finished at 21:24 EDT. Each exposure was about 0.044 sec on the Meade LPI imager.

Also attached is the first image(jupiter15-1.jpg) of the sequence, just to give you an idea of how much difference the integration makes.

This builtin integration in the imaging software itself makes it difficult to use another 3rd party image stacker, like deepsky stacker v3.3.2. I could not figure out how to tell it to register the image when it was looking for stars as a reference and there were none.