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In December of this year, Jupiter and Saturn are going to be in a conjunction. Are they going to be close enough that you could resolve both as more than just dots and see their respective satellites in the same FOV with a telescope?
At their closest on the 21th of December (in the UK), they will be very close, only about 6 arc minutes. That is in the field of view of most telescopes (about 1/5 of the diameter of the moon.
It will look like this (simulated)