This month there is plenty to spot in the night skies over Merseyside if it’s a clear night.
Jupiter has really good visibility this month and will be shining bright in the sky all night.
It will start to rise around 6:42pm and will start to set during sunrise, so it will gradually fade from the sky.
A clear night and a telescope will give stunning views of the gas giant through June and is best seen in the late evening.
Mars will be visible from around 1am and can bee seen for about 3 hours before sunrise.
Mars will be at its highest point around 5:02am and there will be ‘Good visibility’ of the red planet.
Saturn will be visible for the most of the night and will have perfect viewing opportunities.
The ringed planet is best viewed in the early morning hours until sunrise and will be at its highest point in the sky around 3am
Venus is not visible all night, so there will be a small window of opportunity to spot it.
The best chances of seeing the planet will be the hours just after sunrise.
The planet will begin to set around midnight so will not be visible after this.
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