Jupiter on 27th September 2021 at 21h 15m UT.  Taken through a Celestron 6" Refractor, X3 Barlow, ASI 120 MC Camera and IR Filter.  The Great Red Spot is just rotating into view on the lower right.  The two 'dots' either side of Jupiter are the Galilean Moons Io (to the right) and Ganymede (to the left).

Jupiter - 26th September 2021 @ 20h 53m UT.  Not particularly good seeing conditions.  Celestron 6" Refractor, X2 Barlow, ASI 120 MC Camera and IR Filter

Jupiter and Io.   Taken on 24th September 2021 at 21h 39m UT.

24th September 2021 - 21h 02m UT - Celestron 6" Refractor, X2 Barlow, ASI 120 MC Camera and IR Filter.

Taken on 14th April 2015 at 20.45UT.

Image taken on 20th February 2014 at 21.15 UT

Jupiter taken on 23rd January 2014 at 22.25UT through a 6" Refractor and 3X Barlow Lens.

Image taken on 2nd February 2013 at 20.25 UT

Image taken on 2nd February 2013 at 20.15UT

Another image taken on 30th January 2013 at 22.10UT.

Jupiter as imaged on 30th January 2013 at 21.15UT.  A strong gusty wind meant seeing conditions were less than ideal, with only a few brief moments where details could be made out.

Image taken on 10th December 2012 at 21.10UT using a 6" Refractor, 3X Barlow and Celestron NexImage.  The Great Red Spot can be seen just appearing onto the disc at lower right.

Jupiter as imaged on 5th December 2011 at 22.00UT

9th August 2010