Mike Salway has been working really hard lately. The picture below is the 2nd one we received over the past two days.
Here is what he said in the mail:
This image of Venus in Ultra Violet light was captured on the morning of the 23rd June [...]
The colours reveal some albedo differences in the cloud tops on Venus, and come from a combination of using a Schuler UV filter for capturing the luminance (detail) data, and processing the image as a false-colour composite using colour data from the RGB channels as well as the UV channel.
The seeing was only average, and Venus was at a respectable 30° altitude - shining brilliantly at mag -4.18.
More here: Venus in UV False Colour - 23rd June
Thank you Mike! Wish you a clear sky!