With just a pair of binoculars, you will be able to see several of its moons. With a small telescope, you will be able to see its cloudy bands. You might also see its Great Red Spot.
NASA explains how and previews this month’s other sky highlights:
What's Up for June? ???? Jupiter is up all night, while Mercury and Mars decide to get close, and the Moon reveals its tilted orbit. Downloadable video and transcript available at https://t.co/tPYUwcimlm pic.twitter.com/lPw2pIEyZ0— NASA Solar System (@NASASolarSystem) June 3, 2019