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Five Planets Will Be Visible In Predawn Sky

The best time to view the so-called "Planet Parade" will be an hour to an hour and a half before sunrise. The best time to view the so-called "Planet Parade" will be an hour to an hour and a half before sunrise.
The best time to view the so-called "Planet Parade" will be an hour to an hour and a half before sunrise. Photo Credit: Accuweather.com
Mercury will be among the five visible planets that will share the same pre-dawn sky for the first time since January 2005. Mercury will be among the five visible planets that will share the same pre-dawn sky for the first time since January 2005.
Mercury will be among the five visible planets that will share the same pre-dawn sky for the first time since January 2005. Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons

For the first time in more than 10 years, the five visible planets can be seen in the same early morning sky, according to earthsky.org.

The planets, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, will be visible in the pre-dawn sky from about Jan. 20 through about Feb. 20, according to earthsky.org.

The best time to view the so-called "Planet Parade" will be an hour to an hour and a half before sunrise.

This is the first time such a sight has occurred since January 2005, according to earthsky.org.

Click here to read more about the rare "planet parade" occurrence at earthsky.org.

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