It’s not often that the human eye can view the larger objects of our solar system unaided. Typically, in most parts of the world, you need a telescope to decipher what is or isn't a planet. Starting on March 7, however, several planets will put on what has become known as a “planet parade.” Though they may not march across the sky in a boisterous procession, the planet parade of 2018 will see Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, Mercury and Venus lined up in a row.
See all 5 bright planets in March https://t.co/Tol9xs2C3L You can't see them simultaneously. But, especially from t… https://t.co/0ohTQtnxzt— EarthSky (@EarthSky)1520014022.0