On Saturday evening, July 13th, the moons of Jupiter formed an interesting rectangle pattern on the west side of the planet. An hour or two later the movement of the moons changed to a parallelogram. While showing this to folks at a public outreach event, I tried showing the detail on Sky Safari 6 Pro on my iPad. The app showed the moons as behind the planet. I was wondering why the app didn't show this correctly. One of our club member showed me that Stellarium showed it correctly. I use Sky Safari for my Evolution and we also use it to control a scope at our observatory. We were all a little surprised that it did not show this correctly.
Is there a reason for this, or maybe a setting we missed?