The solar system’s largest planet will outshine everything in the night sky, except the moon, when it makes its closest approach to earth in 50 years.
Tony Phillips, an astronomer under contract with NASA stated, "Jupiter is so bright right now, you don’t need a sky map to find it. You just walk outside and see it. It’s so eye-catching. .
Don’t forget: just look up and see if you can spot Jupiter! I will try once the typhoon clouds pass.