Updated: Jan 31, 2021
You can watch a collection of satellite loops for Hurricane Douglas which passed just north of Hawaii during July 2020.
The following are a selection of images I've taken from most recent to oldest. Currently, all planetary images are taken through a Celestron C6 using a Canon SL2 DSLR camera. Data is processed using aPIPP to process and convert the raw camera video, AutoStakkert to stack the video frames, Registax to sharpen the image using wavelets, Pixelmator to adjust color, contrast, etc, and finally Topaz DeNoise (in recent images) to help remove lingering noise. I'm currently processing all data on a 2016 12" Macbook with PIPP, AutoStakkert, and Registax (which are PC programs) running on the Mac using WineBottler.