Mars and Uranus will line up in a rare ‘planetary conjunction’ this weekend. Here’s how to watch.

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This weekend, Mars and Uranus will appear just two widths of a full moon apart as they go into a rare planetary conjunction in the constellation of Aries.

It’s a rare opportunity to see dim Uranus, which is typically hard to find in the night sky, but also to glimpse a brightening Mars. 


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Jamie Carter

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