Jupiter is coming closest to Earth after several decades

According to NASA, some of the best views of Jupiter are expected on Monday night

Jupiter the largest planet in the Solar System, will be closest to Earth after nearly 60 years.

Every 13 months, Jupiter reaches opposition, which means that the planets and the Sun will be on opposite sides of Earth.

When Jupiter reaches opposition, it appears brighter and larger than at any other time of the year, NASA said.

Jupiter will reach that point on Monday and be closest to Earth since 1963,

making the scene so special.