Planets Venus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter Visible In July

June 30, 2008

This coming month is expected to be very rewarding for those who enjoy looking up to the sky, as Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn will all be visible....Washington (ChattahBox) – This coming month is expected to be very rewarding for those who enjoy looking up to the sky, as Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn will all be visible.

The four planets will be arranging themselves in such a way in July that they will all be able to be seen at some point.

Mars and Saturn will come together on July 9 and 10, as the planets will get extremely close in how they line up.

They will be joined by the brightest star in the Leo constellation, Regulus.

Venus, for those interested, will be able to be seen later in the month of July when it gets higher in the sky.

Jupiter will be most visible around July 9, opposite the location where the sun sets.


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One Response to “Planets Venus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter Visible In July”

  1. jack on July 26th, 2009 2:22 pm

    will a 30 x power telescope be able to see some planets

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