Last night was warm and calm with temperature higher than the average
temperature for this time of the year where Autumn is much colder.
Transparency was no good and seeing could not help much either. What
helped indeed was Jupiter elevation which is almost at the Zenit when
crossing the local meridian. I was lucky and was able to get two from
20 RGB sets that were not that mediocre which saved the night. Oval BA
can be seen following in the east, while GRS was preciding in the west.