FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — The biggest planet in the Solar System will be visible Monday night.
Just after sunset Monday, Jupiter will shine bright in the night sky until the sun comes up Tuesday morning.
According to NASA, Jupiter will appear opposite the Sun as seen from Earth (called “opposition”).
Jupiter will be at its closest to Earth during this timeframe.
The large, gas giant will actually outshine all of the stars so it will be easy to spot.
The only other bright objects in the sky will be the moon and Venus.
Clear sky conditions are expected Monday night so we have perfect conditions to check out Jupter.