If you are in the Eastern time zone you had better hurry out, and find a clear SW horizon.
Amazing. Easily got both very close in my 5" Celestron.
The coolest thing was having Titan to the lower right lined up perfectly with the 4 Galiliean moons (one of which Io I’d guess was very close to Jupiter’s disc). I also had an airliner fly through the view right over the two of them.
I’m not sure what you’re going on about - if you think I meant I could see them in detail or something, well, of course not. But I guess here we always need to spell everything out in excruciating detail.
If you look close at the picture I took, you can see which is Saturn and which is Jupiter. It was pretty obvious to me when I was looking at them.
I saw it here in Panama, from the oceanfront promenade in Panama City, using 10x binoculars. There was some cloud, but it was clear in that direction. Unfortunately I could only watch until 6:45, since our covid curfew starts at 7 PM. Now that I know where to look for them, I may lug out my spotting scope tomorrow. I’ve seen Jupiter’s moons before and Saturn’s rings, but didn’t see them tonight.