The images shown here represent some of the better ones done by complete amateur using very basic equipment - a Celestron NexStar 6SE, a cheap Philips SPC900NC webcam, together with wxAstroCapture, AutoStakkert!2 and Registax software. It is a big learning curve but well worth as I hope that this will inspire others to persist. Some of the images were produced with different filters and the orientation reflects to angle the webcam was inserted - until I realised that it could be corrected before I imaged! Look towards the sides of Jupiter or the edges of the images to see the various satellites.
If you pass the mouse over the image you will see the caption. Left-click to get a bigger image then click on the right or left arrow to navigate from image to image. As you can see bigger, more magnified images are not always better!