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Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn: All visible in a straight line this auspicious month after years

In a rare occasion this June, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will all be visible in the sky at around dawn. All the celestial enthusiasts have waited for 18 years for this beautiful moment. This happened the last time in December of 2004.

When to watch: Just before sunrise, these five planets will be visible in a straight line across the sky from low in the east higher in the south.

In April 2022, four of these planets namely Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn were visible through the naked eye of all the stargazers in the world. This delightful event occurred this year after 1,000 years. This June 24th will be one of the best mornings to watch this rare celestial event.