Jupiter is so close this week you’ll be able to see its moons. Here’s how to spot our giant neighbor.

Jupiter will be at its biggest and brightest in our sky this week, giving those on Earth our best chance of the year to see the gas giant and four of its moons.

Jupiter — our solar system’s largest planet — will be at its closest point to Earth on Monday, June 10, according to NASA. It will rise in the sky at dusk and remain visible all night.

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