Jupiter can be seen tonight as 'brilliant jewel'
Florida: Wednesday, June 12 is going to be an astronomical treat as Jupiter, the largest planet will be visible as a 'Brilliant jewel' burning in the nigh sky tonight.
According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Jupiter our solar system’s largest planet will be in our line of sight, later tonight. The Jupiter will be reaching the point of opposition, which means Earth will be situated in between the Jupiter and Sun in a straight line.
You will not only be able to see the planet in the night sky with your naked eyes but if you have a binocular or a handy telescope, you can also even see some of its moons spinning around it, reports Indiatimes.com