A full parade of planets has begun, which happens once every 170 years

Starting July 4, in the night sky you can now see a number of planets Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, and in the morning – Venus. They all lined up in a full parade, which will last 2 weeks.

According to The Times Hub, a similar phenomenon can be observed only after 170 years. In the parade, all the planets of the solar system – from Mercury to Neptune, line up for the earth observer in a row on one side of the Sun.

From a scientific point of view, this phenomenon is not regarded as a sign of the apocalypse, but remains a unique astronomical event that can be seen once in a lifetime.