Whats in the morning sky? Several planets putting on a show before sunrise
ORLANDO, Fla. If youve looked up before the sun has broken the horizon, youve likely seen the show space has been putting on for us. Jupiter and Saturn have been hanging out close together before midnight and the Mars joins the party in the wee hours of the morning. All three planets are visible in the southern/southeast sky until the sun comes up. But wait theres moreJust before sunrise Venus peeks above the horizon and becomes the 4th visible planet the morning sky. Venus will become more visible in the morning with grouping of planets later in June and especially July as the sunrise becomes later.