2020, July 3: Four bright planets parade across the July morning sky.
Four bright planets – Venus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter – parade across July’s morning sky.
July mornings open with four bright planets – Venus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter – that stretch across the sky from the east-northeast horizon to the southwest skyline.
An hour before sunrise four bright morning planets parade across the sky from the east-northeast horizon to the southwest skyline.
Four bright planets shine from horizon to horizon during pre-sunrise hours. Three telescopic planets are in the sky.
Advertisements Several bright stars and a quartet of morning planets shine from the pre-sunrise sky. by Jeffrey L. Hunt The Summer Triangle – Vega, Altair and Deneb – shine from overhead this […]
Advertisements Venus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter are visible during late June mornings. by Jeffrey L. Hunt Bright Jupiter and Saturn shine from the south-southwest this morning during early twilight. The Giant Planet […]
Advertisements A quartet of bright morning planets shines in the June morning sky. Mars continues to open a gap with Jupiter and Saturn. Brilliant Venus sparkles from low in the sky. by […]
Advertisements The crescent moon and Venus appear in the eastern sky, while Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter gleam in the southern sky before sunrise. by Jeffrey L. Hunt One day before their spectacular […]
Venus moves into the morning sky with Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. The crescent moon adds to the view.