Watch out for the sky. There is quite a show in the store, while Jupiter and Earth will reach their nearest point later this month.
Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, will appear light with the naked eye of the night sky, even in the cities. With no more than one binoculars, you will be able to see a few of his moons.
With a small telescope, you can browse the cloud bands on the planet. Depending on the power of the telescope, you can see its known (and reduced) the Great Red Spot.
NASA explains how – and looks at other heavenly hills this month – here: