The press service of the Moscow Planetarium announced that on New Year's holidays, Russians will be able to watch the parade of the planets, RIA Novosti reports.
It is reported that the space phenomenon can be seen from December 25, 2021 until January 7, 2022. The best time to observe is & mdash; & nbsp; from 16:00 to 18:00 Moscow time.
Uranus, Neptune, Jupiter, Saturn and the beautiful Venus will shine with a New Year's “ garland '', gradually leaving horizon following the Sun & raquo ;, & mdash; the message says.
It is noted that Mercury and Pluto are participating in the parade, but they cannot be seen from Earth due to the bright Sun.
Earlier it was reported that in On the night of January 4, a starfall of up to 120 meteors per hour is expected. All residents of Russia will be able to observe this celestial phenomenon. & Nbsp; & nbsp;
Another eclipse of Mars by the Moon is expected in 2022. It can be observed on December 8 at 8:00 Moscow time in the morning sky of Moscow. & Nbsp;
Earlier & nbsp; it was reported that in 2022 Russians will be able to observe solar and lunar eclipses.