For the first time since January 2005, five planets – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn – will be aligned in the morning sky and are visible to the naked eye, said Washington State University astronomer Guy Worthey.
For the first time since January 2005, five planets – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn – will be aligned in the morning sky and are visible to the naked eye, said Washington State University astronomer Guy Worthey. Petros Karadjias AP
For the first time since January 2005, five planets – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn – will be aligned in the morning sky and are visible to the naked eye, said Washington State University astronomer Guy Worthey. Petros Karadjias AP

5 planets align for rare parade in Pacific Northwest skies

January 28, 2016 2:16 PM

More Videos

  • First storm of October 2017 brings rain, wind

    The first blustery storm of the 2017-2018 rainy season brought about a quarter-inch of rain overnight to Bellingham, along with brisk winds and scattered small power outages.