The month of June is going to be an great month for space lovers.

CNN.com is reporting that starting June 10th you will be able see Jupiter with just binoculars and will even be able to spot the four brightest moons of Jupiter.

Photo by NASA, ESA, and the Hubble SM4 ERO Team via Getty Images

Then from June 14th-19th you can see a lineup of the moon, Jupiter, and Saturn.

That's pretty great for the month of June, especially since we are expecting some clear nights next week.

So break out your binoculars or telescopes, if you have them, and look at the night sky.

For more details, check out CNN.