Posted By Kevin Barker
I am observing from approximately 37 degrees South in the late afternoon with my 5.1 inch apochromat.
I could make out terminator variations in brightness. Subtle cloud bands curving upwards and away from the terminator. It was rock steady at 166 X and I even tried 250 X at one stage. I used a variety of coloured filters but preferred the unfiltered image best.
It is well worth a peak. Especially when the planet is high up in the sky as it is to Southern observers at present in the afternoon.
Give it a whirl. It is just above a first quarter type phase.