Constellations: Aquila, Böotes, Cassiopeia, Cygnus, Scorpius, Ursa Major
Planets: Jupiter, Saturn
Asterism: Coathanger, Summer Triangle, Teapot
Time: 10:30 PM ADT
Equipment: Visual + 10x42 IS Binoculars
Seeing: Good (3)
Transparency: Good (3)
Temperature: 20º C (average of 3 readings)
SQM: 19.21 (average of 3 readings)
Found - handwritten notes about this evening. I had noted the items observed during this evening in my 'draft' log book intending to write it up in the compiled log book - but failed to do so. There apparently was lots of light at the horizon and that it seemed murky.
All the items above were located and identified. The lower part of Scorpius' tail was in the area of the murky horizon.
It was noted that all 4 of the Galilean moons of Jupiter were visible in the binoculars. Jupiter was about 6.5º above Antares towards Sabik (in Ophiuchus). On the east side were Callisto and Europa. On the west side were Io and Ganymede. I noted that Io was relatively close to Jupiter compared to the other 3.
Saturn was located near the handle of the Teapot in Sagittarius. The rings were tilted (NW to SE). I made no note of any moons identified.