Venus, Mars To Appear Near Each Other This Week | WDHN

DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN)– Each morning this week, the southeastern sky will give us a fairly spectacular view.

Venus and Mars will seem to go shut to one another. To see them, all you want is a telescope or a pair of binoculars.

Additionally, you will need to stand up early. Simply earlier than and after dawn, all you need to do is look to the southeast. After dawn, the solar’s rays will hinder the view.

For reference, dawn this week is between 6:15 and 6:20 a.m.

Each planets shall be separated by one diploma, with a vibrant Venus showing to overshadow a dimmer and smaller Mars.

Venus shall be above Mars within the sky. Mars shall be beneath and to the suitable of Venus.

Resulting from elevated clouds and showers Friday morning, the planetary view could also be hindered, however each different morning by means of Sunday needs to be prime time to see one thing astronomically astounding.


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