Make sure you look up at the night sky this weekend for a pretty cool sight. You will be able to see the moon and two planets clearly.

Starting on Friday night (August 9th) you will be able to do some pretty cool star gazing. According to CNN, you will be able to see a nearly full moon along with Jupiter and Saturn. You will catch Jupiter beginning at dusk and well into the early morning hours. Saturn will also be visible just to the east of Jupiter when night falls and until the morning as well.

On Saturday night (August 11th), the moon will be to the right of Saturn and Jupiter. Then on Sunday (August 12th), the moon will be on its left. If you aren't sure which planet is which, know that Jupiter is ten times brighter than Saturn. Jupiter is actually the fourth-brightest in the sky behind the sun, the moon and Venus.