I was messing around with my LX200 tonight and decided to shoot Jupiter. Seeing was rated by the Skyclock as 4/5, but I still think it was only at a 3 or so. I couldn't get a very stable image at all. Anyway, below is my best shot using my SPC900NC camera. Resolution is so-so. One day I'll get a decent lunar/planetary imager to try out.
I am not too sure what the dark patch near the Great Red Spot, probably NOT a comet impact!! Still, it's interesting. Also, it's interesting to note how fast the Great Red Spot itself can move around the planet. It seemed to emerge from one side at about 7:30PM local, then in the space of an hour made it's way half-way across the surface. Unreal!