These Jupiter pictures were sent by Savio Fong, based in Hong Kong. He took them on the night of Sep.17th.
As he described in the e-mail:
[...] It was a busy night on Jupiter on Sept 17th. I drove my telescope to sea-side and overall the seeing there is quite good and stable. Usually under clear nights, I can image for an hour or two continuously without dropping any videos and create the animation, e.g, I took >100 videos for 2.5hr or so that night, but only the last 30mins not useable as Jupiter is getting low. Everytime when I image the Jupiter, I will pack up a 200Lb monster and drive 45mins there, but the result really worth the effort.
My telescope is a 203mm F7 APO refractor.
After some "tough" work, finally I am able to put together a series of images of Jupiter and Ganymede, images taken in 40mins. Originally I planned to take LRGB so the gain of RGB channel is push to the top, but later found just RBG is good enough and L channel do no good to my final image, so the final image is a bit noisy.
Thank you Savio! Fabulous job!