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CAIRO – 5 September 2017: Earth passes through Neptune and the Sun on Tuesday, September 5, to be at the 180-degree longitude line between the sky and the Sun, according to the Astronomy society of Jeddah.
Neptune is now making the closest approach ever to the Earth, Given the fact that it is the eighth and furthest planet from Earth and the whole solar system.
In addition to Neptune's getting closer to Earth, there will be five other bright planets to look for in the sky of the Arab world during current September including Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Mars and Saturn, read the statement of the Astronomy society of Jeddah
The statement further elucidated that Jupiter will appear in the dusk; Venus, Mercury and Mars will be viewable in the morning sky, while Saturn is expectedly to be emerged right after the nightfall.