May 7th, 2017, 10:25 p.m. local time

Apparently it is possible to get Jupiter and its moons into the same picture.  You just have to increase the ISO setting.  For the above picture of Io, Europa, and Jupiter, I cranked up my digital camera’s ISO to 1600.  Normally I have it at 400 or 800 for Jupiter.  It leaves Jupiter slightly overexposed, but I think it is a good trade-off given the objective.

In case you are wondering, Callisto and Ganymede were much further out from Jupiter at this time, one on either side.  I have a special treat for later on to show this from another perspective.