According to scientists, the planet Jupiter will be at its biggest and brightest in the sky during the month of June.

Next week, June 10th - June 12th, in particular, will be the best time to see Jupiter in the sky without any special equipment.

According to Earthsky, Jupiter and Earth will be in opposition — which is the point when both planets are aligned with the sun — on June 10. This alignment occurs once a year, when Earth “laps” Jupiter in orbit.

Scientists also say that with a binocular/telescope, Jupiter's four moons could be visible as well.

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