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Five Planets Visible

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - Five planets are arrayed across the evening sky in a spectacular night show that won't be back for another three decades.

For the next two weeks, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn - the five closest planets - should be easily visible at dusk, along with the moon.

Seems to me I remember see these five within the last year or two, with the naked eye and was even able to point them out in the metropolitan area. I know for sure though that I saw six planets that night.

*** UPDATE *** graphicswith relative locations of planets and when to see.


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If you have any means of looking closer, binoculars/small telescope, look for shadows on Jupiter on the 27th from 3 of its moons.




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