Jupiter’s Great Red Spot appears to be unravelling and dark coloured gases are jet streaming away from this massive cyclonic storm. I think it’s just so awesome that we can see this happening right now!
I’ve also captured a long dark blue filament or festoon breaking away from the dark North Equatorial Belt and there are lots of smaller ones running along the edge of the belt which is quite remarkable…Jupiter is just so exciting to observe at the moment :-)
My image was taken on the 30th May 2019 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 2000 frames were captured which were stacked in RegiStax6 and processed in PS CS4.