With the 7x50 binoculars, I was able to see Ganymede and Callisto. Because I could see only 2 out of the 4 Galilean moons, I initially mistook two stars for moons.
After checking Stellarium, it became clear that I was not able resolve Europa (too close to Jupiter?) and that Io wasn't observable because it was transiting in front or behind Jupiter.
After a few days and nights of heavy clouds, the sky was finally clear again. I looked at the constellations a bit with the naked eye before pointing my binoculars at the full moon. I gave some extra attention to the prominent Tycho crater.
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