The seven planets in the solar system are aligned until Monday, June 27th. After that, you will have to wait until 2124 to see such a scene again.
The window is narrow, but from June 24 to June 27, Earthlings will be able to see with their naked eyes the exceptional alignment of the seven planets in the solar system.
It usually occurs at night and look east. If the cloud layer dissipates at about 1 p.m., you can see an exceptional view. Saturn will then manifest itself, followed by Neptune, Jupiter and Mars visible to the naked eye because they are so bright.
At this time, the Moon should be inserted between Jupiter and Mars. Then, just before dawn, Venus and Mercury will appear. Because these two planets are so far apart, a specific device (binocular or telescope) must be fitted to monitor them. Finally, at 5 a.m., the seventh planet, the Sun, picks itself up and fully integrates itself with the other 6 planets (and remember that the Moon is only one satellite of the Earth).
What is the exceptional alignment of the 7 planets of the solar system taking place today?
This morning, I had the opportunity to observe them with the naked eye!
– Unima Gaming (unimagaming) June 24, 2022
Anyway, you have to enjoy one last show at night from Sunday to Monday. Again such alignment. So now is the time.
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