Today, the planets of the Solar system – Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and even the dwarf planet Pluto – will line up in one row.
Report informs that this is a rare astronomical phenomenon – a full parade of planets.
The last such parade of planets took place in 1982, and the next ones are expected until 2161 and 2492.
Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars will be visible at night, and Venus in the morning. Uranus, Neptune, and Pluton are wide apart to be visible from this distance. Mercury is next to the Sun so that the star will eclipse it completely. However, the planets move slowly so that the unusual astronomical phenomenon will last for two weeks.
The parade of planets will not have any impact on the Earth and creatures on it