Approximately 666 million kilometers from Earth, this gas giant will be visible to all terrestrials, which will make this planet reach its brightest point and with better visibility.
Adding to this phenomenon, NASA says that on April 7 there will also be something that happens every 13 months called "opposition," which means that the Earth will fit between Jupiter and the Sun.
Five days after the appearance of Jupiter, this planet can be seen near a large full moon.
It is possible that the moons, or four satellites of Jupiter are also visible during this time, so do not lose track.
With information from El Universal