On May 8-10, 2000, three bright planets will join the Sun at once – Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn.

On May 8-10, 2000, three bright planets will join the Sun at once – Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn. In what constellation will they be at this time? Can they be observed, and if so, at what time of day?

At this time, all three planets will be near the Sun in the constellation Aries, rising and setting almost simultaneously with him, being above the horizon only during the day. They could be seen only during a total solar eclipse, but such in May 2000 will not happen. All three planets will not be visible.

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