A rare celestial phenomenon — a "parade of planets", will be seen before the end of May. Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter are lined up in a row.
A rare celestial phenomenon — a "parade of planets", will be seen before the end of May.Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter are lined up in a row. The last time humanity seen this astronomical event in 1910.But then the sun eclipsed the number of planets and the Earth "parade" is almost not visible.FROM LEFT SUN fireball the size of EarthNow people of the world can enjoy the rare spectacle, when the four planets in the sky lined up.To see it in the northern hemisphere of the Earth watch for the southern part of the sky.However, this phenomenon is best seen in the southern hemisphere. Hundreds of residents gathered at the city of Sydney Observatory to enjoy a line of bright specks in the sky.HOW TO MARS LOOKS Sunset (VIDEO) "It's an amazing sight. This happens once in a hundred years. And even then, often because of the sun to make out the details of the planet is not possible. That was in 1910. Today, you can see everything very well, "- shared his impressions of the main Sydney Observatory astronomer Jeff Vayatt.