Jupiter and its largest moons can be seen in June with just binoculars
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- For space lovers around the world, June is set to be stellar: Jupiter will be clearly visible, and those wanting to catch a glimpse of its moons will only need a pair of binoculars. NASA has said Jupiter "is at its biggest and brightest this month," and can be observed in detail with only a minimum of equipment.