According to NASA: "This is the yearly occurrence when Jupiter, Earth and the Sun are arranged in a straight line, with Earth in the middle". This is also around the time when the two planets are closest to each other.
Jupiter comes to "opposition" every 13 months. This means Jupiter is pretty near Earth, and you can spot it lurking within the sky all night long. The planet will rise in the east and track across the southern sky as the night progresses before setting in the west. Disruptive clouds are also in the forecast for much of the central United States and Canada.
That's because throughout June, Jupiter will be at its biggest and brightest, remaining visible throughout the night (if it's not cloudy, obviously). The planet and even its moons can be seen and not using a telescope, and Jupiter will probably be near Earth than at another time for the rest of the year. "In fact, there are plenty of telescopes out there that are cheaper than a pair of binoculars", Samuhel said. One can see Jupiter and three of its largest moons over the Wasatch Mountains.
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"In steadily-held 10× binoculars you can pretend you're Galileo and rediscover its four brightest moons ..." The absolute best time to see the gas giant with the notorious Great Red Spot will be around midnight Monday night.
If seeing Jupiter gets one excited about sky watching, there are also other events that people can get excited for this month. Saturn will also appear nearby in the sky, rising shortly after the Jupiter and moon.