If you’re a morning person, there’s a treat in the sky before sunrise: five of the sky’s brightest planets all lined up among the stars.
We can normally see the solar system’s brightest planets in the night sky throughout the year in their planetary dance. But it’s not often that they line up so spectacularly.
There’s another reason why this is special: the planets appear in the sky in the same order they are outward from the sun: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.
The best part is that you don’t even need a pair of binoculars to catch the show. But you will need
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