The rare astronomical phenomenon “Eight Stars in a row” is taking place over Hong Kong. The Observatory said that there will be three “Five Stars Gathering” sessions in Hong Kong this year, and the second “Five Stars Gathering” this year will start on May 22, but mid to late June is the best viewing period of the year. 5 stars appear in the night sky for the longest time at the same time.
Among the planets, five are visible to the naked eye, including Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. When these 5 planets appear at the same time, it is the “Five Stars Convergence”. They span a certain distance in the sky and are best viewed with the eye in a clear night sky. Taking today (25th) as an example, Mercury, the latest of the five stars, will rise from the eastern horizon before 4:30 in the morning, and the five planets of earth, wood, fire, gold and water will be listed in the night sky at the same time until It lasted for more than an hour until it got brighter around dawn.