Taking advantage of clear weather, an astronomical observation session was called on a short notice on Saturday, 22nd of June, 2019. Not being a pre-planned event, this information was shared only with friends and colleagues. In total about 50 people joined, many of whom stayed late until Saturn was high enough in the sky.
The main attraction of the event was Jupiter with its colourful bands and cloud formations which could be easily seen with the 10-inch Zhumell Dobsonian. In addition to the Dobsonian, a small travel scope (70 mm refractor) and a Meade 90mm refractor were also set up. A little over an hour later, Saturn also rose up in its full glory.