Spot 5 Planets

This month you’ll have an opportunity to see all five naked-eye planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter & Saturn) – but not all at once. Two of them are evening objects, while the other three are clustered together low in the east-southeast sky deep in the dawn twilight. The planets move around in our sky and become brighter and dimmer over time depending on where they are in their orbits around the sun. Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are never visible to the naked eye.