List the six brightest stars in the earth’s sky, starting with the brightest. Does this sequence always remain the same?

Most often, the sequence of the six brightest luminaries in the sky looks like this: Sun, Moon, Venus, Jupiter, Sirius, Canopus. But this six can be periodically “invaded” by the planet Mars, which during confrontations can reach sixth or fifth place, and during great confrontations – even to fourth place. The planet Mercury can rise to the sixth place, and during periods of invisibility during the upper conjunctions – up to the fifth place. But Saturn always remains, albeit slightly, but weaker than Canopus and does not fall into the first six luminaries of the sky.

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