This shot caught a relatively rare double moon shadow transit on the face of
Jupiter. The moons creating the shadows are Ganymede (upper left of
the planet) and Io (still within the planet's disk).
The telescope used for this image was the Selman Lab Observatory's 12" Meade
Telescope: Meade LX200 12" SCT, f/20
Camera: Meade LPI
Capture Software: Autostar Suite
Settings: Auto Jupiter
Exposure Count: 45 frames
Method: Stacked, aligned and wavelet processed in
Registax. Balanced in Photoshop.