One coming celestial event!!!! Jupiter is catching up to Saturn, which occurs every 20 years. This time(December 21, 2020, 5:30EST?), the Saturn/Jupiter conjunction is close! Both planets will only be 1/5th the diameter of our Moon apart. Not since 1250AD(?) & not till 2080(?) will they be this close. Good eyes should be able to see them separately. But, best if you have binoculars, spotting scope or telescope. With 30 power, you should be able to see the rings around Saturn, while also seeing as many as 4(more?) of Jupiter’s big moons(I think all 4 big moons of Jupiter will be showing at the time). With more power you should see some of Jupiter’s bands, again with Saturn in the same view. My 60power Pentax camera lens should show them nicely together. Even with 100power(200power?), you still should see Jupiter & Saturn together. With our Salish Sea(Puget Sound) weather, the clouds could easily block the celestial event.... but hopefully. Here the close conjunction will be in the daylight... not good. I might be able to see the event tho, if I can find Saturn & Jupiter in the daylight. I have seen Venus while the Sun was only 4 or 5degrees above the horizon. Finding Saturn & Jupiter in the high big sky with the Sun 1 or 2 hours from setting, will be very very tough. Finding celestial objects in bad light pollution is bad enough, maybe with a bright star within 5 or 10 degrees or so.