No comic this week because I was out freezing my fingers off playing with the telescope to see the conjunction.
Jupiter-Saturn conjunction
You can see Jupiter as the large disk with Saturn, the oblong bit to the right of Jupiter. The four Galilean moons can be seen in a line starting above and left of Jupiter to the very faint one almost at the bottom of the picture (directly under Saturn).
It’s a little over exposed in order to get all the moons. Also, there is a chromatic problem you can note along the edges of each object. The scope probably needs a touch-up on the collimation (not something I want to do during the winter months).