Jupiter, Saturn, Mars and the Moon to line up in the sky on these 3 April Nights
Team Udayavani, Apr 12, 2020, 10:35 AM IST
Due to the Covid-19 lockdown, there has been reduction in pollution level, due to which most of the stars are visible in the night sky.
Earlier in April, people witnessed the super pink moon, now in the same month Moon will be seen with the three bright planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars for three days i.e. April 14, 15, 16.
As the Jupiter, Saturn and Mars are morning planets, they are easily spotted in the morning.
Although, the three planets were seen together every night in March, but for the three nights of April 14, 15, 16, the planets will be close together, along with the moon.
Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.
Speculation rife in Karnataka as CM convenes meeting of cabinet, MPs
Farmers’ protest: Vigil stepped up in Delhi’s bordering areas, vehicles being checked
Khattar hits out at Amarinder, tells him to stop ‘inciting’ innocent farmers
Related Articles More
WhatsApp OTP scam: What is it and how to stay safe?
What is eVIN and how will it be used for distributing Covid-19 vaccines?
Which Indian startups became unicorns in 2020?
Fact Check: Will citizens above 18 years of age get ₹1.3L Covid-19 funding?
What’s the case related to Karvy, which was declared a defaulter by NSE?
Madhavashankara name for Mangalore airport: Shri Sugunendra Tirtha Swamiji
Centuries-old Tuluva ritual of ‘Bhoomipuje Gaddekori’ still performed at Palthadi Village in Puttur
A bike rider dies in a lorry crash : The scene of the accident was captured on CCTV
Moodbidri: Four people drowned in Shambhavi river
1348 new vented dams in K’taka’s coastal districts: J.C. Madhu Swamy
Chinese Premier Li to Attend SCO Heads of Govt Meeting Hosted by India on November 30
Phone Call Row: RJD Chief Lalu Prasad Shifted from Hospital Director’s Bungalow to Paying Ward
India, Nepal Agree to Advance Ties as Foreign Secretary Meets Nepalese Top Leadership
Former Assam CM Tarun Gogoi Cremated With Full State Honours in Guwahati
UP govt extends ban on strikes in state departments for 6 months