On Monday night, Jupiter will get close to Earth for the first time in almost 60 years.

On Monday, the planet will be 367 million miles from Earth, which is roughly the same distance it was in 1963.

in line with NASA Even though it is believed to be at its farthest point and that distance may seem astronomical,

Nearly 600 million km distance Jupiter from Earth. Here will be further notable Jupiter-related happenings on Monday in spite to the close approach.

Every 13 months, there is an opposition, but it rarely occurs during the time of the planet's closest approach to Earth.

Jupiter will be 11% bigger and more than 1.5 times brighter than it was five years ago when it was at its closest approach to Earth, said Space.com.

In Boston, Jupiter rises in the east around 6:37 p.m., and shortly after that, farther west.

Stargazers may see at least the distinct main ring on Jupiter and three of its four primary moons with a good pair of binoculars.

Jupiter's Great Red Spot is an oval-shaped storm that is roughly the size of Earth.