If you are up early this month, you might see Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn line up in the morning sky, says Abigail Beall
15 June 2022
WHILE the night sky changes with the seasons during Earth’s orbit of the sun, the patterns of the stars remain consistent. The relative positions of the planets, on the other hand, do change, because each one works to a different schedule while travelling its own orbital path. Despite this, sometimes the stars – or, in this case, the planets – align, and we get a rare chance to see them all at once, at least the ones that are visible to the naked eye.
One such occasion is coming our way. Throughout late June, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will appear …