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3 images taken in the same night from Jupiter. The planet rotates very fast (about 10h per revolution) so I could capture the Great Red Spot moving across its Southern Equatorial Belt some hours apart.

Lots of movements and storm features can be seen through its entire atmosphere.

One of the 4 big moons of Jupiter can be seen in the middle frame composition.

Images taken with a Phillips Toucam II Pro webcam and a Celestron C8 telescope + 3x Televue Barlow (around 6000mm of focal length).

All 3 images taken on 29th October 2011.

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