1. Early risers can see a rare group of planets in the morning sky  CBC News
  2. A predawn planetary alignment adorns the eastern sky this week  The Weather Network
  3. Five planets are lining up in the sky in June. Here's how to see it.  CBS News
  4. Earth's moon joins rare 5-planet alignment on June 23  Livescience.com
  5. 5 Planets Align in Order, First Time in 18 years  Fox Carolina
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If you’re a morning person, there’s a treat in the sky before sunrise: five of the sky’s brightest planets all lined up among the stars.If you’re a morning person, there’s a treat in the sky before sunrise: five of the sky’s brightest planets all lined up among the stars.

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Need an excuse to get up early this week?Need an excuse to get up early this week?

The Weather Network - A predawn planetary alignment adorns the eastern sky this week

Get set for a planetary parade when Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn will sequentially align for the first time in 18 years.

Rare five-planet alignment to dazzle the night sky | BBC Science Focus Magazine

Five planets—Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn—will align in the night sky this week and throughout early July. It's the first time in 18 years this many planets have been visible to the naked eye.Five planets—Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn—will align in the night sky this week and throughout early July. It's the first time in 18 years this many planets have been visible to the naked eye.

Here's How to See 5 Planets Align in the Night Sky This Week | Martha Stewart

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The celestial show, best viewed between June 17 and June 27, will be the last time the five brightest planets cluster in the sky until 2040.The celestial show, best viewed between June 17 and June 27, will be the last time the five brightest planets cluster in the sky until 2040.

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Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are lining up – in that order – for the first time since December 2004.Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are lining up – in that order – for the first time since December 2004.

Five planets are lining up in the sky in June. Here's how to see it. - CBS News

Earth's moon will join a rare 5-planet alignment in the predawn hours of June 23 to 25, for the first time in more than 150 years.The sky hasn't looked like this since 1864.

Earth's moon joins rare 5-planet alignment on June 23 | Live Science

Between June 19 and June 27, in the early morning, probably about an hour before sunrise, you can see a rare planetary lineup.Between June 19 and June 27, in the early morning, probably about an hour before sunrise, you can see a rare planetary lineup.

Ontarians currently have an opportunity to watch rare celestial cavalcade | Globalnews.ca

If you get up early tomorrow and Friday morning, you will witness something you won't be able to see until 2040.If you get up early tomorrow and Friday morning, you will witness something you won't be able to see until 2040.

Super rare five-planet alignment will be on display Thursday and Friday morning

Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn are putting on a show this month — and it peaks on June 24 during the waning crescent moon.Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn are putting on a show this month — but it peaks on June 24 during the waning crescent moon.

An Incredible 5-planet Parade Is Happening in the Sky This Week — and Won't Be Seen Again Until 2040 | Travel + Leisure

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We'll have not one but many opportunities to enjoy a rare lineup of the bright planets, aligned in order of their distance from the Sun.We'll have not one but many opportunities to enjoy a rare lineup of the bright planets, aligned in order of their distance from the Sun.

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Astronomers say the conjunction of five naked-eye planets — Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn — will be visible in order for the first time since December 2004.Set your alarms for early morning skywatching June 24.

How to see 5 planets align in order for first time in 18 years | Mashable

Starting from the eastern horizon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn will appear across the east-southeast sky in order of their distance from the sun each morning, and a crescent moon will join the lineup on Friday morning, astronomers say.Starting from the eastern horizon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn will appear across the east-southeast sky in order of their distance from the sun each morning, and a crescent moon will join the lineup on Friday morning, astronomers say.

For the next several weeks, a rare chance to see 5 planets align in the predawn sky - The Boston Globe

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The five naked-eye planets will line up in their proper orbital order, along with the moon, in June 2022. Here's what to expect for this rare planetary alignment.Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are putting on an epic predawn sky show right now.

Rare 5-planet alignment comes into better view this week | Space

Five of the planets of our solar system will appear in a line across the early morning sky this month, astronomers say.Five of the planets of our solar system will appear in a line across the early morning sky this month, astronomers say.

5 planets align in morning sky: How to see June's parade of planets

There is a 5 planet alignment all June. And on June 24— the waning crescent moon will be in alignment between Venus and Mars.There is a 5 planet alignment all June. And on June 24— the waning crescent moon will be in alignment between Venus and Mars.

Don’t Miss Celestial Show as Five Planets Align With the Moon for All to See

The northern hemisphere’s celestial highlights (mid-northern latitudes) for the week ahead include solstice and a unique planetary parade. The northern hemisphere’s celestial highlights (mid-northern latitudes) for the week ahead include solstice and a unique planetary parade.

See All The Naked-Eye Planets On The Summer Solstice And A Rare Venus-Moon Alignment: What You Can See In The Night Sky This Week

A SPACE GURU has given his top tips for catching an ultra-rare planetary parade that will be visible across the globe next week.Mercury, Venus, Mars,A SPACE GURU has given his top tips for catching an ultra-rare planetary parade that will be visible across the globe next week. Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus will line…

I'm a space expert – here's the best way to watch EVERY planet line up in ultra-rare event next week | The Sun