Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn can be seen with the naked eye: how do you see this extraordinary alignment of planets as of Friday?

this exceptional offer who will come. Show dedicated to the Northern Hemisphere through the end of June. From Friday, June 3 at dawn it will be possible to see 5 planets Perfectly aligned too MercuryAnd the VenusAnd the Mars, Jupiter And the Saturn. All this with the naked eye and in the exact order of their distance from Sun. While it is common to see two or three planets in a row, such an alignment was last seen only in December 2004.

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To saturate your eyes, you still have to get up early. And look to the east and southeast. Saturn will be the first to rise in the sky at 2:30 a.m., Mars and Jupiter will follow at about 3:45 a.m., and Venus at 5 a.m. If Venus And the Jupiter It will be easier to see the planets, it will also be more complicated to think about it Mercury. “Your only chance to see all five planets at once is during a very narrow window after Mercury rises but before sunrise.”According to Dr. Greg Brown, Head of the Department of General Astronomy at the Royal Museums, Greenwich.

It will be easy to spot Mercury later in June, Our colleagues from the Guardian say:. In particular, in order to highlight the parade scheduled for June 24 when it will join the five planets crescent between Venus and Mars.

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