Sky watchers have been able to see all of the planets in the sky through June. The moon will join them this weekend.

The planets are shown in order of their distance from the Sun, starting with Mercury and ending with Saturn.

There is a chance that the waning crescent Moon will show up between Venus and Mars.

It will be easier to spot Mercury on June 27 since it will be visible. The planetary show can be seen for about an hour.

The last time this type of planetary alignment happened was in 2004.

The show can be seen just before the sun rises. Look towards the east and north in the northern and southern hemispheres.

It's all visible with the naked eye and you can look closer with binoculars or a telescope.

The planets were lined up in the sky during the month of April. It's all a trick of perspective, but these are amazing sights to look at.

Depending on where you are in the world, the visibility of the planets may be different. Even if you get a few cloudy days, you should still be able to see the planets.