Against all odds, at an altitude of only 21°, we got some good seeing last night on Jupiter. When I imegad the planet from the south of France last August, where it was a few degrees higher in the sky, and in a region known for it’s good seeing, I was really convinced that this was it for the season.
As the stars didn’t twinkle last night I gave it another try, and honoustly the result might be a bit better compared to France.
Image with the same 18cm Maksutov, this time with an ASI290MC and an ADC. (no barlow)
I couldn’t use the C11 as the EQ8 was occupied imaging deep sky with the tiny 76mm.