The five planets- Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, Venus and Mercury- aligned together will be visible to the naked eye from February 1 to 7 in the early morning sky. While such alignment was seen last in 2005, the next opportunity will come only in 2018. ... Mumbai Mirror, 3 days ago
How to spot five planets in the sky - Christian Science Monitor, 1 week ago
Ahead of a rare cosmic treat expected from this weekend till early February during which an alignment of five planets would be visible in the early morning sky with the naked eye, excited astronomers in the Pune have shared tips on how to view the ...MyInforms, 1 week ago
A two-tailed comet is set to make an appearance in January's night sky he winter sky is known to house a treasure-trove of celestial objects that are often visible to the naked eye. However, in a smoggy city like ours, you would be lucky to spot ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI: The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), which has played a key role in this mission, made a massive thermocol model of Astrosat with all its features which was unveiled on October 30 during the Founders' Day celebrations at the ...Times of India, 4 weeks ago
Mumbai: India's first space observatory — Astrosat — found a home 650 km above the Earth on September 28 last year, but apparently it has no place in Mumbai. The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), which has played a key role in ...Times of India, 1 month ago
Pune: Get ready for a bright fiery showdown of meteors on Monday midnight as a meteor shower is expected to reach its peak during this time. Astronomers have hinted at nearly 70 meteors coming down in a time span of one hour from the direction of a ...Sakaal Times, 1 month ago Rare meteor shower to light up sky on Dec 14 Times of India, 2 months ago
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