(WTAJ) — Starting tonight, Jupiter is so close to Earth you can see its moons with nothing but binoculars.
NASA said this happens about once a year.
They call it the “opposition”.
That’s when Jupiter, Earth and the Sun are arranged in a straight line with earth in the middle.
When that happens, you can use a telescope or binoculars to spot Jupiter’s four largest moons.
You might even see some banded clouds that surround the planet.