I filmed the giant Jupiter a whole night as its Great Red Spot entered and left view. I also filmed Io exiting from behind Jupiter then move away and Europa moving towards the planet. And put all data together to show it as a time lapse movie.
Setup and metadata
I used my known setup: the 150/750 newton scope on the motorized EQ3 mount, a 2x barlow + extension tube (another barlow tube with the lens removed) + Scopium webcam (640×480, 8 bits RGB). I disassambled and adjusted the barlow+extensino tube+webcam assembly two times during the night to get the most out of the setup in terms of a great disk photo, knowing when putting all the frames together compensating for the rotation, xy offset and size will be only a small fraction of my problems.
To be noted that the observation started with Jupiter relatively low, near the horizon (about 30 degrees, in a city) and that the seeing varied substantially during the session, peaking at an almost perfect seeing, one I’ve never seen before from within this city.
I took the first video on November 3rd, 2014 at 0:53 UTC and the last one at 4:36 UTC. Location: Kolozsvár city, Romania, EU.