Visibility III / V
I woke up early and happened to look out the window, noticing that there were stars! I looked south and thought Siriushan was there. I wondered if the window would make such a strong reflection below it. After a little thought, I realized that Jupiterhan there might shine with Mars. The stars of the yearbook confirmed the matter. However, when sleep no longer came, I set out to describe the heavenly encounter. After all, the planets were remarkably close, only 13 arc minutes apart! The binoculars were also decorated with the moons of Jupiter: Io and Europa on the left and Ganymedes and Kallisto on the right. The last is a comparison picture that illustrates the intimacy of the encounter. The moon is photographed with the same lens at the same time.