I had a nice view of the Great Conjunction of 2020 last night with Saturn, its largest moon Titan, Jupiter, three Galilean moons (there was a star near Europa that I initially mistook for a moon), all visible in a low power eyepiece.
My Meade LX-90’s AutoStar hand controller is in for repair so unfortunately I had to position the scope manually. With no fine controls or tracking, that was awkward but doable. Imaging, not so doable. There will be plenty from others though.
I expected the two planets to appear a little closer on the sky, but in hindsight, should not have.
I’ll be out again the next couple of nights for another look since, as per my last post, the two planets will still be quite close for the next few nights.