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April 2022 Brings Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, and Venus in the Same Visual Frame

April 2022 Brings Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, and Venus in the Same Visual Frame

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Space.com reveals the upcoming show that will delight stargazers.

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This Tuesday before sunrise, we can witness Venus, Saturn, and Mars as they’re approaching each other somewhere in the east-southeast region of the sky.

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Three days later on April 8, Jupiter joins the party, although it will be seen far below and somewhere to the left of the other three planets.

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Until April 19, Jupiter, Venus, Mars, and Saturn will all be aligned in a diagonal pattern on the night sky, and in precisely this order.

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From all four planets mentioned, humanity can realistically hope to land on only one of them one day.

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NASA and SpaceX had been speaking more and more in the recent past about landing on the Red Planet sometime in the not-too-far future.

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