Seeing conditions were poor to average, but one good red channel taken at 80fps turned out pretty good and was used as a luminance image.

The 'little' moon Ganymede is a grayscale combination of several recordings containing mostly green data. The bright spot at the top is actually the Osiris crater and the darker spot at the bottom left is called the Galileo region (Ganymede appears almost flat on that side). When Ganymede is in front of Jupiter you can see this darker feature much easier, now it almost disappears in the dark background.

As usual the recordings were stacked using AutoStakkert!2, and processed in Photoshop.

equipment used
Basler Ace acA640-100gm
Meade Starfinder 10