This week, there will be some well-known parables in the sky: all the seven planets that make up our solar system will appear at different points of the day.
Venus and Venus are bright enough to see in the morning, while Mars, planet and Saturn will be easier to see at night.
Joe Guzman, an astronomer and educator at Offer School Matters in Chicago, has already told his students about this week’s heavenly event.
“This morning, I took the time to look at the moon,” Guzman told CNN. “And when the sun goes down tonight, you will definitely see Jupiter and Saturn.”
Why is this happening?
The appearance of the planets is just a cosmic combination.
“It’s a dance of the planets around the sun,” Guzman said. “It’s a natural phenomenon, and it happens once in a while. It’s not very rare, but it’s very rare. It’s just that they’ll still be on this side of the sun, but soon they’ll be different again. Will begin to happen. ”
Guzman recommends that the latest sky watchers stay in search of his personal favorite Saturn.
“You can easily catch its rings,” Guzman said. “It’s definitely worth a look.”