For two weeks, Transcarpathians will be able to observe a unique phenomenon - parade of planets
The full parade of planets will begin on July 4 and will last two weeks, the next such phenomenon will not occur until 170 years later.
This was reported by The Times Hub.
"July 4, 2020 will be a full parade of planets. According to astrologers, supposedly, all the planets of the Solar system – mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune lined up in a row on one side of the Sun that will create a great spectacle," - the report reads.
Parades of planet are known to be of great interest because, according to astrologers, they can lead to serious consequences for the Earth: from cataclysms to the end of the world. However, from a scientific point of view, this phenomenon is not considered a harbinger of the Apocalypse, but rather a unique event that can be witnessed only once in a lifetime, because it occurs once in about 170 years.
Bright Jupiter will be visible in the upper right corner from the Moon, and Saturn - in the upper left corner from the Moon. Together, they will form a triangle in the sky.
This rare natural phenomenon was first noticed by Galileo more than 400 years ago.