Let's suppose that a person (at the South Pole) while viewing the heavens looks at Saturn and at arms length, Saturn is one fist above the horizon. Same person does likewise with Jupiter, and at arms length Jupiter is a fist and a half above the horizon.
Now let's suppose another person (at the North Pole) while viewing the heavens, looks at Saturn and lo-behold, at arms length, Saturn is one fist above the horizon. Same person does likewise with Jupiter, and at arms length, (question) will Jupiter be a fist and a half above the horizon?
Assume that both persons have same arm length, fist size, whatever else and of course assume that the earth's axis of rotation was perfectly set up so that Jupiter and Saturn could be observed from both poles. Assume that the horizon at the poles are both flat & level.
Edited by wedgeforastroscope, 02 August 2020 - 10:38 PM.