Awesome! A Double Shadow Transit of Jupiter’s moons Wednesday evening.
Below is an animated GIF of approx 45 runs of 180 seconds each, with no delay between each.
Each was approx 30K frames and the best 5% of those were used.

The first frame shows the shadow of the Moon Europa moving from left to right in the southern hemisphere. Europa is the first moon to emerge from the face of Jupiter. Ganymede is the 2nd moon to emerge from the face of Jupiter and it’s shadow appears on the lower left of Jupiter a little later.
The moon Io is seen moving from right to left on the left side of Jupiter.

Five great objects of interest in one evening!
Europa’s shadow
Ganymede’s Shadow
Jupiter is a little overprocessed, especially some of the darker clouds in the North Equatorial Belt (no, not moon shadows)