FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — A few planets will be on display this week and you will have the opportunity to see them in northeast Indiana.
The clouds might be too thick at the end of the week to check out the planets, so be sure to catch a glimpse of them Wednesday morning.
According to NASA, if you look to the southeast an hour before sunrise, Jupiter and Saturn will appear to the right of the moon.
Then, Mars will appear close to the moon Thursday and Friday morning.
Sunrise in Fort Wayne is 6:24 a.m.
If you are wanting to view the planets, be sure to get away from the city lights so you can see them better.
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