All five naked-eye
worlds will line up in their proper orbital order from the sun in our sky.
From left to right in
the southeastern predawn sky, you'll be able to spot Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn all in a row.
according to Sky&Telescope.
The five-planet fiesta will span 91 degrees of our sky on June 3,
You'll have less than
half an hour between when Mercury first appears, and when it essentially gets lost in the glare of the rising sun,
The planets will shine
in a row like that because they all travel on the plane of the solar system, known as the ecliptic.
But they won't be nearly
as close to each other as they appear; each of these worlds is millions of miles away from the others.