Mars, Saturn And Jupiter Will Adorn The June Sky Every Morning Starting This Weekend

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By Souls of Silver

The month of June is an interesting one from a planetary perspective. The month began with the Strawberry Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Sagittarius. We saw this wonder on the 5th of June. But that’s just the beginning. The June sky is about to unfold many other wonders in the upcoming days. Care to find out more?

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With the pandemic and lockdown restrictions, the world has come to a standstill. Going out and having fun seems like a dream of the past. However, the June sky has a little surprise in store.

This June, three other planets will be visible to us apart from the usual Venus. And what’s more, you can enjoy the view with your naked eyes! You don’t even need to get out of your homes to enjoy this natural wonder. Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter will adorn the June sky throughout the month. But to be able to see it, you’ll need a clear sky. The planets won’t be as brightly visible as Venus or the Moon. However, under a clear sky, you can easily catch sight of the three planets.

June sky

Eventful June Sky For Early-Risers And Sky Gazers

This month brings Saturn and Jupiter in very close proximity. And Mars will be on the left of Saturn on the June sky. The planets are supposed to be visible very early in the day, so if you want to enjoy the spectacular view of three planets with your naked eyes, you’ll have to compromise your sleep for a day. You won’t regret it.

So wake up at 5 a.m. and take a look at the sky, you’ll surely find the trio.

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The June sky is ideal for sky gazers or amateur astronomers. Apart from the appearance of these planets, the month will also bring another rare event. A Solar Eclipse set for the 21st is another interesting event in this month’s cosmic calendar.

Be safe and don’t forget to enjoy the wonders of the June sky while they last.

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