One has five images showing clear images of the GRS as it clears the limb of the planet and the other one is just the three images showing the Great Red Spot on either side of the meridian crossing.
I did processed each image a bit more in RegiStax6 to bring out further detail of the rich coloured gases that are swirling around and surrounding the GRS. It seems that each night I view the planet more changes are taking place…it’s very fascinating!
I tried to make a Gif movie of these images but unfortunately I’ve not been successful as yet…but I’m trying :-)
My images were taken with a Meade LX200 10inch telescope at prime focus using a ZWO ASI120MC-S camera with a 3x Barlow lens attached. AVI movie files of at least 2000 frames were captured for each of the image and stacked in RegiStax6 and processed in PS CS4.