Here’s a unique shot. Jupiter’s icy moon Europa is shown emerging from behind Jupiter and is still partially eclipsed by Jupiter’s shadow. This was done by using a luminance image of the moon during the minute, or so, it took it to fully emerge from the shadow, then overlay that onto the RGB image of the moon taken afterward. Conditions were good for the session, permitting this rare chance to enjoy the dance of the Galilean satellites.
First, a “correct” orientation version at the original capture size.
And the customary, inverted-orientation (meaning south is up) images.