After the sun goes down, it is enough to look towards the West to witness a unique show.
5 planets of the Solar System out of 8 in total, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Uranus will line up in a straight line and will be visible from the perspective of the earth in a perfect line.
This time, the spectacle of the sky can be admired even with the naked eye (in some cases binoculars may be enough), thanks to the position of the sun that will illuminate the heavenly bodies, especially on the evenings of Monday, March 27 and Tuesday, March 28 .
Gianluca Masi, the astrophysicist responsible for the Italian scientific program Virtual Telescope, explained the peculiarity of the phenomenon.
"A union of different elements will allow us to admire Jupiter, Venus and Mars, the generally visible planets, to which will be added Uranus, in perspective close to the position of Venus, and Mercury, which will emerge from the brightness the rest of the sun", said Masi.