And again a first in ages… a second imaging run in the same day, the first early on Friday morning, this second run late on Friday evening. Jupiter is still very low in the east.. only 29 degrees altitude .. and boy is it fuzzy!

The north equatorial belt is fuzzy and only really identifiable because I know north is up and it is a little darker and thinner than the southern belt.
This is the best 25% of 4500 frames and the exposure was also much longer than normal due to the secondary mirror dewing up.
We are still working on that!