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Astronomy: In January all planets are visible – within one night

January is a special month for all astronomy fans. All planets can be admired – even within one night.

Certain celestial phenomena, such as meteor showers, repeat themselves every year. Others, however, such as the blood moon or a complete solar eclipse are rarer. There is a special feature in January every year that should make astronomy fans with a telescope particularly happy: all the planets can be admired in the night sky in January – within one night.* reveals when the planets can be seen where exactly in the night sky in January. Some planets can even be seen with the naked eye, while others are only visible with a telescope. The planets Mercury, Saturn and Jupiter even form a “string of pearls”. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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