After a good night of Public Outreach at the Queen’s University Observatory, the skies were still clear allowing for a short stint of imaging Jupiter. It was good to see Susan, Brian, Laurie & Devon in handling 125 people after the talk by Dr. Kristine Spekkens (RMC).

The GRS was not present, transparency was poor, seeing was poor-average.
There were only 7 runs of 90 seconds each. Interestingly, I had varied the exposure quite a lot, from 30ms to 50ms, and yet the processed animated shows an even level of exposure.
One of the processing steps must have standardized the levels. Probably Autostakkert.