The image of Jupiter below was obtained by grabbing a single frame
from a video tape. I was surprise that we were able to see the impact
sites with a standard video camera pointed into the eyepiece of a telescope.
Photographs and the actual video tape images show more detail than this
image. This is not an outstanding image but the image shows the G/D/R/S
complex on the following limb (lower left), the L impact site near the
central meridian, and the K impact site just on the preceding limb
(upper left) causing Jupiter to appear to be somewhat flat. We used a
14" Schmidt-Cassegrain (f/11) telescope with a 55 mm (2" diameter)
eyepiece with a standard video camera at full zoom pointed into the
eyepiece. The date is given in CDT.