Moons from left to right: Ganymede, Io (above), Europa (below) & Calisto.
This is a composite image of stacked frames of the planet from a video overlaid on an image of the moons. This is necessary since to get detail in the planet, the exposure must be much less than that to show the moons. Images were taken within 5 minutes of each other.
Skywatcher 200PDS Newtonian reflector f5 on EQ5 Pro mount. Canon 7D.
Transparency good, but seeing only fair with considerable shimmering due to the strong, gusty wind.