This April, the sky is going to see some beautiful astrological occurrences. Our evenings are all booked up with meteor showers, "blue" moons and more and we can't seem to get enough of stargazing. The exciting night sky events will continue on into the next month because a 'smiley face moon conjunction' this May is coming to light up your night with some happiness.\nJupiter, Venus, and the Moon will all be lining up to form a cute smiley face in the night sky. How cute is that?\nThese three planets are known as the 3 brightest celestial objects that we can see from Earth, making them the perfect planets to show off their shiny teeth.\nThe celestial event will happen over North America on May 16, 2020, so mark your calendars now.\nThe planets will only be visible in the evening sky just after the sun sets, and only for a limited amount of time. You'll have to be prepared for this one!\nThough you could catch a glimpse at this giant smile from anywhere in the world, you might have a better chance of seeing it brighter and shinier from a big city.\nYou can check up on the Farmer's Almanac website for planet visibility during the days before the event to make sure you'll be able to spot it from your city.\nThough the occurrence is somewhat rare, there have been some great sightings of it happening in the past.\nThis video by Youtube user dmitrivalencia shows how bright the planets were shining in the sky of December 2008.\nEthan Siegel, a Ph.D. astrophysicist with Forbes explains that our solar system's planets are located at different distances from the Sun and they move at different speeds, which is why what we see in the sky can happen so rarely and appear different from Earth's perspective over time.\nView this post on Instagram Out in the country at my parent’s house for Thanksgiving and my niece brought us outside to get a view of the moon, Venus, and Jupiter in the night sky. #thenightsky #jupitersighting #venussighting #lookatthestars #stargazing #planets A post shared by Tilda’s Twisted (@tildastwisted) on Nov 28, 2019 at 3:55pm PST\nThis upcoming celestial event will definitely be one you don't want to miss seeing.\nIt might be a little tough to spot at first if you're not used to stargazing, so here are some tips to finding the smiley.\nThe latitude you're watching the event from will change how it looks, so you might end up seeing the moon in the shape of a "U" (where it's illuminated on its bottom) rather than the classic crescent moon shape where it's illuminated on its side.\nView this post on Instagram Jupiter. Zeus. God of the Gods. The ruler of abundance, amplification and new beginnings in our lives. This year in its home sign of Sagittarius, this energy represents luckiness and the sparks of your Big Dreams coming to life. Exciting! It also represents excessive tendencies, recklessness and anywhere that you may be neglecting or overlooking important details. As the Sun reaches its annual opposition to Jupiter today, there is an opportunity to objectively see those tendencies more clearly, and for that awareness to support positive change. AND Jupiter will be BRIGHT and easily visible tonight! Look up to the brightest star, the largest planet in our solar system in the night’s sky just after midnight! With a pair of binoculars you’ll even be able to spot Jupiter’s largest Moons and possibly even a glimpse of part of the planet’s banded clouds. Scientists believe the planet has 79 moons — 53 named and 26 awaiting official names. ✨Wow✨ #jupiter #jupitersmoons #juno #astrology #outerspace #stargazing #lookup #sunopposejupiter #jupiteropposesun #stargazingyogi #astrologylover #horoscope #astrologyvibes #jupitervibes #jupiterinsagittarius #astrologypassion #tunein #presentmomentawareness #howmuchistoomuch #selfawareness #selfcontrol #outofcontrol #mindfulness #zeus #jupitersighting #brighteststar #spaceinspired #spacenerd #thebigpicture #awesome A post shared by Lindsey Stargazer (@namastrology) on Jun 10, 2019 at 9:45am PDT\nSome parts of the world will see the planets align as an adorable smiley face, while other spots will see an upside-down smiley! It's cute regardless.\nNorth America will definitely be in the line of sight for this exciting occurrence, so pull out your trusty telescope (or just rely on your bare eyes) and get ready to see space smile back at you.