Information on this Week’s ‘Large – Parade of Planets’


This week, early in the mornings, before sunrise you can witness a large “Parade of Planets” in the Southeast sky just above the horizon. Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn will line up with the moon, and with a really good telescope on the 24th… Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto are cool to see also.

Having been all excited for Parades of Planets before, I feel you should know they don’t actually “line up”. More like they are all in order and visible in a near area. This week, each morning you can see this, but about one hour before sunrise on June 24, 2022, will be the best and closest they will be in line.

This alignment is more than 5 drops it in the category of a “large planet parade”.

We found a great article at Indastro.

For all things celestial, we have loved this Skyview Lite App, try it out!


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