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  Here's a picture I took of the Moon and Jupiter on Christmas, 2012.  
  Here's an image I took of Jupiter using a 4 inch Newtonian reflector:  
  The image was derived from video recorded using a webcam, and then processed with software named Registax, which combines many frames into a single image, thereby reducing noise.  
  This image was derived from video recorded on 7/20/2007, using a Celestron 8" computer controlled telescope and Registax software. If you look closedly, you can see the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, and 3 of Jupiter's Galilean moons. From innermost to outermost they are Europa, Io and Ganymede.  
  This photo of the Moon and Venus was taken from my back yard November 27, 2011. I used my Nikon D90 with an 18-55mm zoom lens at 20 mm F/3.7.  
  Here's a shot of the lunar eclipse December 10, 2011. This was taken with my Nikon D90 attached directly to my Celestron 8 inch telescope.  
  Here are some of my favorite astronomy and space-related web sites:  
  Astronomy Picture of the Day  
  NASA's Mars Rovers  
  Spaceflight Now  
  Planetary Society