In 1967 the nineteen-year-old David Levy was an enthusiastic observer, and an observationally active member of the Montreal Centre, pursuing his life-long quest for comets, and an ever deeper familiarity with the night sky (activities which he knowledgably, imaginatively, and fruitfully pursues to this day).
Jupiter on 1960 November 23/24 at 15:35+10m EST (20:35 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 8º, C.M.(2) 241º. 4" reflector at 65x & 130x. Seeing 4. Transparency 3. North is down. This is a day observation, made about 0.9h before sunset. Jupiter was a faint object compared to the bright sky, and it could not be seen definitely in the 4x20mm finder.
Jupiter on 1960 October 10/11 at 17:43+19m EST (22:43 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 355º, C.M.(2) 203º. 4" reflector at 130x and 167x. Seeing 6/10. Transparency 4/5. North is down. This was the best "seeing" I have seen around this part of Canada.