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May 2002 Conjunction courtesy Russell Cockman Many of the planets in the solar system are visible from the Earth to the unaided observer. To the naked eye, planets look like bright stars. With a telescope, the results are much more spectacular.


This month's image
May 2002 conjunction -
Russell Cockman

More Planets Pictures


       
May 2002 conjunction courtesy Kevin Smith Saturn courtesy Ian Lainchbury Mars courtesy Tony Hatwood courtesy Bruce Collins
       
May 2002 conjunction
Kevin Smith
Saturn
Ian Lainchbury
Mars
Tony Hatwood
May 2002 Conjunction
Bruce Collins




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