CBC or CTV television says you can see the planet Jupiter on Monday, June 10, 2019. Jupiter and Saturn do not appear just one day. If they are visible they will be easy to see for weeks if not months. For a number of years Jupiter has appeared from the East close to the zenith. Last year it appeared high over the South horizon for several months until it disappeared into the South -West . Not far behind was Mars that followed a similar path till it too vanished into the Western horizon. A few years ago Saturn followed a similar path.
“…despite an ignorant news report that’s circulating all over the world, you can see Jupiter’s moons with binoculars anytime Jupiter is up — not just at opposition! Who creates this nonsense?” (Sky and Telescope)
Last night, June 9, I saw the moon hovering in the constellation Leo as it dove head first off into the Western horizon.