No matter where you are in the Albany area [or anywhere tonight], look up to the sky.

Jupiter - Courtesy of NASA (Getty Images)

You’ll be able to see something that happens every few years. After dark, if it’s a clear night, when you look to the eastern horizon, you’ll be able to see the planet Jupiter and the full moon will be rising together. They will remain that way all night long.

According to an article on Earthsky.org, Early risers on Wednesday, February 4 can look to the western horizon. The high point for the two planets should happen sometime around midnight.

This will be just something cool to check out. Something that's perfect for any astronomers. I have a feeling that we may see some cool pictures posted on Facebook tonight.