July 19, 2024

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NASA says the alignment will not be visible on June 3

NASA says the alignment will not be visible on June 3

People expecting to see a dazzling display of planets on Monday, June 3, may be disappointed by what they end up seeing in the sky. Instead, experts say they should manage their expectations and wait until the end of the month to see the planet. Planetary alignment.

The past two months have been eventful for astronomers. First, a solar eclipse in April, then a rare northern lights appearance in May, and now a planetary display will make its debut in 2024.

Stargazers should be able to see six planets – Jupiter, Mercury, Uranus, Mars, Neptune and Saturn – lined up.