The Great Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter, viewable in the night sky just once every 800 years, seen over the Flinders Ranges, 21st December 2020.
The Great Red Spot of Jupiter is appearing to unravel. Where once the great storm could encompass three earths, it is now diminishing to the size of one earth. The Great Red Spot is shedding a succession of jet streams as long as 10,000km long, as captured by an amateur astronomer.
Jupiter is currently rising in the constellation Ophiuchus, easy to find by association with nearby Scorpius.
This nifty little calculator will tell you what time the Great Red Spot transits into visibility at your latitude / longtitude.
Currently at sunset, Venus is visible in the constellation Taurus above the western horizon and on the opposite horizon, Jupiter is rising in the east in the constellation Libra.