With Jupiter now well placed and a bright moon preventing serious deep sky I thought I would have another try at some planetary imaging and getting to grips with the Registax software. As usual the seeing looked quite poor but after a bit of patience a calmer spell arrived around 2am which coincided with the Red Spot being nicely placed. It was good to see both equatorial belts have returned to normal since I last attempted an image of the planet. Although my fast Newtonian is hardly the ideal planetary instrument it does seem capable of yielding a reasonable result at times. This is a stack of the best 800 frames taken from a 2000 frame video. Details: 10"Newtonian F4.3, Canon 550D with EOS Camera Movie Record using 2x Barlow together with a 2x teleconverter processed in Registax, FIV & XAT.