I have been fortunate to be out with my little 10-inch scope and Webcam on five nights with very good seeing and Jupiter high in the sky. Even though I have spotty coverage of Jupiter's range of longitudes, I put together a cylindrical projection map of Jupiter from the five images. http://www.pbase.com/polakis/image/141175506 The tool for producing the projections and stitching them together is the amazing freeware WinJUPUS. Since the time range of the images is 2 1/2 months and Jupiter's features move, we get two of some of them near the seams. The next thing to do is wrap these images around a globe and create an animated GIF of it rotating, which WinJUPOS also does well. The rotating globe is this 5 Mb animated GIF. Hopefully I can grab a few more images in the next month or two, which will go a long way toward eliminating those seams. http://www.pbase.com/polakis/image/141175453 Tom -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.