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A 'planet parade' is coming Thursday morning, when Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, and Pluto will line up — here's how to see it
It's a good month to be a stargazer or planet-watcher. If you're lucky enough to have clear skies tonight, peek outside before the sun comes up tomorrow. You may catch what many are calling a "planet parade." Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, and Pluto will all be lined up in the pre-dawn sky the morning of March 8, with the moon appearing between Jupiter and Mars in those early hours. You'll need a telescope to see Pluto, but if you've got one, Accuweather says you should also be able to check out the four largest moons of Jupiter: Io, Ganymede, Europa, and Callisto. (You might even spot those moons with some nice binoculars.)