See that bright speck up in the snowy heavens, right next to Earth’s satellite? That’s no star, it’s actually Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System.
The giant planet, about 1,000 times the size of Earth, will be visible to the naked eye tonight and tomorrow night, if the skies are clear where you are, that is.
Tonight, it will appear to the left of the Moon, and will still be visible tomorrow, but directly above it.
Jupiter’s orbit will bring the planet at its closest to Earth for the whole of 2015 tonight and tomorrow night, so enjoy the show.