This is a great week to wake up early and look at the eastern sky for an alignment of Saturn, Mars, Venus, and Jupiter. The best time to view the planets is about 60 minutes before local sunrise assuming, of course, that sky conditions are favorable. While this celestial event will be plenty worthwhile to view on Thursday and Friday mornings, it will get even better by early Saturday morning. Venus and Jupiter are converging for a tight conjunction on Saturday morning, April 30th and will appear to nearly collide to observers on Earth. Due to the glare from both planets, they will appear to many to be one very bright glow in the eastern sky.
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