Here’s a video animation showing a full rotation of Jupiter using data I acquired between September 11 and September 17. There are some gaps in the data (dark areas) and the seeing ranged from poor to very good, so there is some inconsistentcy over the period. However, it gives a good, general representation of Jupiter’s appearance during the middle of September, 2012.
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Also, here is a projection map of Jupiter used to make the video. Click to enlarge.