Spot Uranus near Venus in the 

Predawn Sky on Sunday

Venus will shine near Uranus

 before sunrise early Sunday (June 12), acting as a bright signpost for stargazers

Venus is visible to the unaided 

eye  but Uranus is not, but it can be spotted with binoculars or a telescope. It can be found to the upper left of Venus. 

Uranus is about a thumb's

 width away from Venus, according to Chris Vaughan, a geophysicist and amateur astronomer with SkySafari Software

June 11, Venus overtook Uranus

in the sky and the two planets were actually slightly closer than they will be on Sunday, appearing just 1.7 degrees apart

Two planets will be close 

enough to share the view in the eyepiece of a backyard telescope but white Venus will outshine blue-green Uranus 

After 12 June

 Venus and Uranus will move farther apart, with Venus moving more and more to the lower left,

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