Rendezvous is a rare opportunity for Earth residents to see the four celestial bodies in the sky, beginning April 14th, when the moon appears on the right side of Jupiter.
On April 15th, the moon will reach the "center of the group", from our earthly perspective.
The night of April 16 will be the last opportunity to observe the unique space "gathering", simultaneously.
The moon will be about 243 thousand miles from Earth, and this astronomical alignment depends on the beholder's vision.
During the "first encounter", between the moon and Jupiter, those who own the "telescope" will be able to see Jupiter's moons aligned in an almost straight line, on one side of the planet.