Jupiter can be observed with binoculars

Jupiter can be observed with binoculars


The giant planet in the Solar System can be seen next June 10 with the naked eye and with the use of binoculars and simple telescopes, in addition, you can see four of its moons.

The phenomenon will be available to the world and will last until July, totalling almost three months.

Report 21 indicates that because it will be aligned with the Earth, it will be possible to see it with the naked eye, and even, with the help of simple binoculars, you will be able to see its four largest moons, a total of 61 that he owns.

The event can be observed from any point, “It will look fantastic through binoculars or a small telescope, which will allow you to observe the four largest moons and maybe even have a clue to the clouds that surround the planet”, points out the POT.