Planet Parade 2022: Exactly How, When And Where To Easily See All Five Naked-Eye Planets Align For The Last Time Until 2041
Before 2041, this weekend is your last opportunity to see all five planets in the night sky with bare eyes.
Mercury will be closest to the horizon if you get up before daybreak and look toward the southeast horizon, followed by Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
All of those planets could be seen with the naked eye within 91 degrees earlier this month
Since then, it has been getting longer, and on June 24, 2022, it will be visible across a much wider 107o.
Is it now "better" or "worse" as a result?
The little planet is currently pretty high in the sky, rising an hour before the Sun, which is important since it makes it much simpler to locate Mercury.
A declining crescent Moon that is 19 percent illuminated will also be seen between Venus and Mars as a bonus
It should be a spectacular sight, however you may need binoculars to see Mercury.
The five planets visible to the naked eye will be positioned in their natural arrangement around the Sun
The two inner planets, Mercury (dimmest) and Venus (brightest)
which orbit the Sun more closely than we do on Earth, will come first, followed by Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
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