The Moon and Mars

06/05/2018 @ 2:30 am – 5:00 am Europe/London Timezone

The pair rise at around 2.30am in the South East. The closest approach is at 07.50am but the pair won’t be visible. They can be seen until sunrise when they are lost to daylight in the South.

Look to the right of them and you can also see Saturn shining bright!

The image shows their location on the 6th at 04.30.

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