The king of the solar system, Jupiter, has returned to the evening skies. Learn about the largest planet in our solar system and its blustery hurricanes, shrinking red spot, and 67 moons. Then view Jupiter’s cloud tops and four largest moons through the observatory’s historic telescope and marvel at the craters of the Moon, weather permitting. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children, and $5 for members. No reservations required.