If you missed your chance to see all seven planets at the same time back in June, you have one more chance to see this amazing celestial event before the years end.
All seven plants will be visible to either the naked eye or with the help of binoculars through the end of the year.
The best time to view all seven planets will be just after the sun sets.
Rick Fienberg, senior contributing editor for Sky & Telescope and a senior advisor to the American Astronomical Society, said you’ll need a good (low, clear) western horizon, since Mercury and Venus are visible only for a while after sunset, as they sink toward the horizon.
But if you can’t see them, you can watch a livestream view of the planets on Virtual Telescope’s website