Yes the 11th largest asteroid in the solar system which is floating around space will be able to be seen all month of May. To put how big the asteroid really is, its roughly the size of West Virginia, yes the state.

The asteroid which NASA has named Juno is about 200 million miles from Earth but with clear skies this month you will be able to scope it out with a normal telescope or even really good binoculars.

Juno orbits the sun once every 4.26 years and is a part of the Asteroid Belt which is between Mars and Jupiter. To check out where in the sky you will be able to locate the asteroid check out the detail here.