This is a rare configuration that will beautify the sky from this Sunday, April 17: a , March, and . Already, the first three have been visible together in the sky since the end of March; they will soon be joined by the Jupiter which will be close to the horizon. Only the will be able to enjoy the show until the end of the month, with a around April 23. Peak visibility will be between 5:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. when Jupiter exits the horizon. After this date, the planets will remain visible together, but will no longer form a single line.
But the most still to come! On June 24, 2022, these are all the planets of the which will line up in the sky: this is called a parade of planets. Among them, only five are visible naked: , Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. For the last two, and from or one will be needed. All will run east to south — or north to east in theand will not necessarily be visible at the same time of the night, due to their long stretch in the sky.