The object just above neptune is the moon Triton.
On June 14, Jupiter and Neptune were visible in the same CCD field. This was very similar to the view that Galileo had when he observed Jupiter in 1610! This was an opportunity I could not pass. In the image below, Jupiter is the very bright object, while the yellow lines point to Neptune at the other egde of the field. Two of Jupiter's moons are also visible. Also, if you look very closely at Neptune, you can just see its biggest moon, Triton.