The five visible planets in our solar system will be seen together

Don't miss: Last chance see 5 visible planets for first time in a decade TOMORROW

View larger. | Mercury, Venus and Jupiter seen when evening fell in Hong Kong earlier today - June 1, 2013 - by EarthSky Facebook friend Matthew Chin.  Awesome shot, Matthew!

View larger. | Mercury, Venus and Jupiter seen when evening fell in Hong Kong earlier today - June 1, 2013 - by EarthSky Facebook friend Matthew Chin. Awesome shot, Matthew!

Saturn in the evening. Mercury at nightfall from southerly latitudes. Venus and Mars before dawn. Jupiter emerges from dawn glow in mid-September.

Saturn in the evening. Mercury at nightfall from southerly latitudes. Venus and Mars before dawn. Jupiter emerges from dawn glow in mid-September.

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Space Facts: Beyond the six visible planets, only two were discovered between 1781 and 1930 (Uranus, Neptune and Pluto). In the last 20 yrs, we have discovered over a thousand.

Space Facts: Beyond the six visible planets, only two were discovered between 1781 and 1930 (Uranus, Neptune and Pluto). In the last 20 yrs, we have discovered over a thousand.

All Five Visible Planets are About to Align - 'Fab Five' Make Rare Appea...

All Five Visible Planets are About to Align - 'Fab Five' Make Rare Appea...

View larger. For illustrative purposes, the moon appears larger than it does in the real sky. Mid-northern latitudes in Europe and Asia will see the moon somewhat offset toward the previous date. The green line on the above chart depicts the ecliptic - Earth's orbital plane projected onto the constellations of the Zodiac.

View larger. For illustrative purposes, the moon appears larger than it does in the real sky. Mid-northern latitudes in Europe and Asia will see the moon somewhat offset toward the previous date. The green line on the above chart depicts the ecliptic - Earth's orbital plane projected onto the constellations of the Zodiac.

STARGAZERS will soon be able to see all FIVE visible planets in our solar system for the first time in more than TEN YEARS.

Don't miss: Last chance see 5 visible planets for first time in a decade TOMORROW

STARGAZERS will soon be able to see all FIVE visible planets in our solar system for the first time in more than TEN YEARS.

Positions of the 4 visible planets during totality, as seen from Wyoming. Illustration by Eddie Irizarry using Stellarium.

Positions of the 4 visible planets during totality, as seen from Wyoming. Illustration by Eddie Irizarry using Stellarium.

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