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See Venus, Saturn and Mars shine close before sunrise this week

See Venus, Saturn and Mars shine close before sunrise this week

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You can watch three worlds practically hug each other in the night sky Monday and Tuesday (April4-5) if you get up a little early.

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Cloudy Venus, bright Mars and ringed Saturn will all get together again in the southeast predawn sky after forming a celestial triangle in late March.

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NASA notes that Mars and Saturn were only a couple of finger widths apart on Friday (April 1), but will be even closer by Monday.

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"By the 4th, Saturn and Mars are separated by less than the width of the full moon

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Saturn then moves on, increasing its separation from Mars each day," the agency said in a statement.

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You can best catch the show at roughly 5:50 a.m. EDT in New York City, which is about 45 minutes before dawn

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