There was some local talk on Facebook (thanks Jody Fuller) about this tonight. Apparently Jupiter is looking pretty close to the moon from where we sit. From the web: From around the world on the evening of January 21, 2013, the waxing gibbous moon will shine closer to Jupiter than it did last night. From North America, the pair are very close indeed – closer than we’ll see them again until 2026. Look back at our January 20 post to know why the moon and Jupiter are pairing up more closely tonight. No matter where you are on Earth, look outside tonight for this wonderful pair of objects in the evening sky. You can’t miss them. Thanks to EarthSky.org, where you can always go to the address plus/tonight to find out what’s happening in the sky!