On 19 July, people world over will be able to see five planets – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – without the need for a telescope. Apart from the unusual sighting of five planets in the night sky, a crescent moon will also be visible.
IBTimes reported that the planets and the moon are likely to appear in the sky around an hour before sunrise on Sunday.
Jeffrey Hunt, an astronomy educator, and former planetarium director has advised on how to spot the planets in his blog.
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