Astronomy: The last chance before the year 2124 ... An extraordinary alignment of seven planets is still visible from Sunday night to Monday 27 June

Astronomy: The last chance before the year 2124 … An extraordinary alignment of seven planets is still visible from Sunday night to Monday 27 June

Seven planets in the solar system are aligned as of Monday, June 27. After that, it will be necessary to wait until 2124 to see this spectacle again.

The window is short, but from June 24 through June 27, Earthlings can observe, largely with the naked eye, an extraordinary alignment of seven planets in the solar system.

It usually happens at night and only looks to the east. If the cloud layer dissipates, around 1 am, you will be able to see an extraordinary sight. Saturn will reveal itself next, followed by Neptune, Jupiter and Mars, where it can be seen with the naked eye because it is very bright.

At this time, the moon should be inserted between Jupiter and Mars. Then, before dawn, Venus and Mercury will appear. It is then necessary to be equipped with a specific device (periscope or telescope) to observe them, since these two planets are more distant. Finally, at about five in the morning, the Sun, the seventh planet, will call itself almost and align itself almost perfectly with the other six (and the Moon, let’s remember, is nothing but a satellite of Earth).

Today the extraordinary alignment of our seven planets in the solar system occurs?
This particular morning, we had the opportunity to observe them with the naked eye!

A rare event almost like a stream Tweet embedpic.twitter.com/tamIw8nAGN

– UNIMA GAMING (unimaging) June 24, 2022

In any case, you will have to enjoy the show for the last time during the night from Sunday to Monday because this phenomenon will not happen again until 2124. Suffice it to say that no living creature on the planet today will be able to again enjoy such an alignment. So now is the time.

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