Attention all stargazers… tonight you are in for a real treat!
Mars will be the closest it's been to Earth in the last 15 years and it might not get this close again for another another 269 years.
So, if you wanna take a look, the time is now!
We will be just 57.6 million kilometres away from the red planet and it will be extremely clear to see in the skies.
The best time to see Mars will be tonight between 11.30pm and midnight when it reaches it highest peak.
It will then stick around pretty closely throughout August.
Mars will be that clear, you won’t even need a telescope… but you can still spect your photos to turn out as spec.
The rare treat comes just days after the longest lunar eclipse this century, The Blood Moon… and while we are all still feeling the affects from the blood moon, you can expect them to hang around a little longer.
It can take a few days for our emotions to completely calm down after just a normal full moon… so hang in there fam.
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