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(Sky & Telescope)   This month's conjunction of five naked-eye planets is particularly cool in that they will also appear in their proper order from the Sun   (skyandtelescope.org) divider line
    More: Cool, Planet, Mars, Sun, month of June, naked-eye planets, Uranus, Sky, American Astronomical Society  
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2022-06-10 5:13:54 PM  
Glad this will be happening before wildfire season sets in, at least where I'm at.
 
2022-06-10 9:54:18 PM  
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In that same vein, I wonder what a naked eye-planet looks like?
 
2022-06-10 10:06:27 PM  
Oh, so that's why it's been raining every night.
 
2022-06-10 10:06:29 PM  
I bet you have to get up pretty early in the morning to see something like this.
 
2022-06-11 12:47:38 AM  
Could be the end of the world. Or the beginning.
 
2022-06-11 4:46:18 AM  

Saturn5: [imgs.xkcd.com image 500x342]
In that same vein, I wonder what a naked eye-planet looks like?


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2022-06-11 5:32:28 AM  
This would be cool if they were 1-5, but they're 1-2, 4-6.
 
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