It’s a story of two planets this week: Mars and Uranus. Whereas Mars, the fourth planet of the photo voltaic system, will likely be comparatively straightforward to see with the unaided eye, the seventh planet, Uranus, will likely be virtually unattainable until you reside someplace with pristine skies and no mild air pollution.
So, when you have a pair of binoculars, take these with you as that can assist guarantee success in monitoring down this planet that’s technically seen to the bare eye however rarely seen that method.
The chart reveals the view wanting east-south-east from London at 04.00 BST. Mars will likely be distinctly crimson, and brighter than the crimson star Aldebaran in Taurus, the bull. It can even be a gradual beacon, whereas Aldebaran could also be twinkling relying on the atmospheric situations.
Having discovered Mars along with your bare eye, raise the binoculars and discover it once more. Uranus will seem because the pale blue dot, diagonally up and to the left of Mars within the area of view.
From Sydney, Australia, the pair of planets will seem within the north-eastern sky, and Uranus will likely be diagonally downwards to the left in binoculars.