For the next week or so, you can see our five closest planetary neighbors lined up across the night sky. The article calls it “a spectacular night show that won’t be back for another three decades”. The JPL astronomer says:
“It’s semi-unique …. They’re all on the same side of the sun and stretched across the sky and that’s what is kind of pretty.”
Why, he’s so enthusiastic, “he will gaze up when he walks his dog this week”.
They couldn’t find a slightly more effusive astronomer to quote?