Sky watchers, you’ll have the option to spot our seventh planet this week without a telescope — as long as you most likely are aware where to look, obviously.
Uranus will be obvious between 11:30 p.m. furthermore, 4 a.m. inside the heavenly body Aries and left of Mars, as per Space.com. It will show up as a “tiny, blue-green featureless disk.”
The planet will be marginally noticeable to the naked eye, as it will even now be moderately diminish contrasted with everything else up there.
In any case, we’re coming up on the new moon on Sept. 17, which implies Uranus won’t have to compete with moonlight.
Uranus is as of now about 1.77 billion miles from Earth. While it will be obvious with the naked eye, optics will be considerably more supportive. Space.com suggests taking a looking at a star diagram first before endeavoring to discover the planet.
Get yourself to a dark spot and center; Uranus might be noticeable for a few days.