Mars will be the closest it has been to the Earth in 15 years tonight.
The Red Planet will be visible over the night sky in bright shades of red and orange.
This happens when Mars crosses past its Opposition point, when Earth is between Mars and the sun.
How to see Mars
NASA is providing a live stream of the Mars sighting from the Griffith Observatory.
People will also be able to see Mars in all its glory with their naked eye.
For those who want a closer look at the planet’s surface, they can observe through a telescope.
There is currently a planet-wide dust storm on Mars, which occurs the the planet is closest to the sun in its orbit.
This means not all of the features of Mars will be visible today.
The next time Mars will be this close to Earth is in October 2020.
Mars and Earth will be 38.6 million miles apart at that point.
The last time Mars was close to Earth was in 2003, when the planet came within 34.6 million miles of our planet.
This was the closest Mars had been to Earth in 60,000 years, according to NASA.
This year, Mars’ opposition happened at the same time the Blood Moon was visible on July 27.
The planet will be at a distance of 35.8 million miles from Earth.