Rare planetary conjunction: 5 planets of solar system line up in special order

Rare planetary integration: 5 solar system planets in a special sequence

The five largest planets – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – are grouped in our solar system in order to match the rare planet that is visible to the naked eye. In a clear sky, the planets may appear bright before dawn. It is a special opportunity to see the Mercury, often obscured by the light of the Sun so that it cannot be seen, the BBC reported on Friday.

The summit was very bright on Friday morning but will remain visible until Monday in most parts of the world.

The last such meeting took place in 2004 and will not be seen again until 2040, the report said.

The planets are seen as “a series of pearls spread out from near the horizon”, explains the astronomer and chief astronomer at the Famous Star Association Prof. Lucie Green.

It is also a special event because the planets appear in their own order from the sun.

This is not always the case in planetary eclipses because of our view from Earth looking at the solar system, says Prof Green.

On Friday, the shining Moon also joined the ranks, appearing between Venus and Mars.


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