The parade of planets

Jupiter, Mercury, Venus, Uranus and Mars will align in a crescent formation, and will last from March 25 to 30 next to the Moon.

It could be that Jupiter is the first to leave the parade on March 28 as it could hide behind the sun so you should take advantage of the nights where they will be visible.

We recommend you do the following to fully enjoy this show. As always, we recommend that you stay away from large cities, as light pollution will hide Uranus and Mercury

Since there has been cloudiness lately, it would also be a good idea to check what the weather will be like those nights, find a place with clear views to the west, since it will be very important to have a vision of the sunset to detect Jupiter and Mercury.

You can see this with the naked eye, but if you really want to appreciate the parade in all its splendor, you need to have binoculars or a telescope especially for Uranus.
To finish, you have to know where to look, as we said you need to see the horizon towards sunset, towards the west, in the lower part of the sky, where the Sun sets, Jupiter and Mercury will rise as a couple, their appearance in The night sky will last more or less an hour.

It will be followed by Venus, which will be the brightest object in the night sky, around the same time Uranus will make its appearance slightly above and to the left of Venus. Mars for its part will appear to the southwest, on the crescent Moon and slightly to the left, this position will last from 25 to 27, on March 28 it will be placed below the Moon.