Don't panic though, this is actually going to be pretty cool!

Stargazers and sky watchers, here is something for you all to look forward to ... June 10th, Jupiter will be at it's biggest and brightest in our sky. So much so that, you will be able to see it with the naked eye and a pair of binoculars is all you will need to see one of its moons! According to CBS News:

While the planet famous for its brilliant stripes and swirls will be visible to the naked eye, binoculars or a small telescope only enhance its clarity. The devices will also allow people to spot Jupiter's four largest moons, and possibly even a "glimpse" of part of the banded clouds that surround the planet. Scientists believe the planet has a combined 79 moons — 53 named and 26 awaiting official names.

Monday night!  For more info, click here.