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Rare alignment of 5 planets peaks Friday as crescent moon joins the parade
by Daisy Dobrijevic
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23 June 2022
On 23 June 2022 Space.com reported:
Friday morning [24 June] could be the best time to view a rare planetary alignment that has greeted early risers this month and will not happen again until 2040. Throughout June, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn have lined up from left to right in the southeastern sky, in their orbital order from the sun. This event is not one to be missed as the last time these five planets aligned was back in 2004 and it won't happen again until 2040, according to BBC Science Focus.
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