The unusual alignment of five planets will be seen with the naked eye in June

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On June 23, the moon will be seen joining the union of planets.

It is a rare sight that can only be seen once every 18 years.

During June of this year, it will be possible to enjoy with the naked eye the alignment of five planets in the sky: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.

They are Earth’s closest neighbors and to observe them you don’t need to use a telescope or binoculars, but you will It will be necessary to get up half an hour before sunrise and have a clear sky.

Although the viewing quality will be better in rural areas – which tend to have darker skies – the show can be enjoyed without any problem from the cities.

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