'Parade of Planets' is Visible in the Sky, Says PAGASA

Wishing you clear skies.
Photo/s: Facebook/PAGASA

A "parade of planets" is visibile in the southeastern sky until June 28, PAGASA said Friday, giving early risers a rare astronomical spectacle.

Given clear skies, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn can be seen in formation together with the moon, the weather bureau said.

In a photo taken June 24, all but Saturn was not captured in the photo PAGASA shared on Facebook.

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