Get your cameras out tonight and Monday night to snap a photo of Jupiter and the Moon together. Sunday Jupiter is one fist width held at arm’s length. On Monday they will be right next to each other. Try to get a photo with any camera you have. Hold it steady using a tripod or hold it tightly against a support – here I’ve used the roof rack on my Subaru! Jupiter is near the center of the frame, to the left of the Moon.
Then I took another photo – handheld at 3x zoom, so Jupiter is more of a line than a dot.
The camera calculated the exposures – both turned out to be 1/8 of a second. the longer the exposure, the more the Moon will be a blob, but the brighter Jupiter will be.
Even if you will have clear skies on Monday night – try it tonight to see how it comes out with different zoom settings and become a Planetary Paparazzi!