Space: Word Up Wednesday
Skywatchers, get set. All five naked-eye planets – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter – are appearing together in the pre-dawn sky for the first time in a decade. You need only clear skies and your bare eyes to see them; no binoculars or telescopes are required.
Read the article to answer the following questions:
Q: What are the 5 planets that are visible to the naked eye?
Q: When is the best time to see the planets?
Q: When was the last time the planets were visible?
Bonus: What is the order of the planets in the solar system?
- Create a space comic! Use stickers to help tell your story and include speech bubbles to add dialog.
- Work on a printable activities