Five Different Planets Will Align In The Greater Cleveland Night Sky During An Incredibly Rare Display

Celestial events, fortunately, often grace Greater Cleveland. In the past, the Northern Lights have been visible here, and in 2024 a total solar eclipse will be visible throughout Ohio. Fortunately, you’ll also get to see a unique planetary alignment in Cleveland this month. Stargazers throughout Greater Cleveland won’t want to miss this rare planetary phenomenon because, if they do, it won’t be visible again for nearly two decades. Keep an eye on the local weather, because you’ll want to find a clear night or early morning to sneak out and gaze at the stars.

You won’t want to miss this unique planetary alignment in Cleveland! Keep your eyes peeled all month long, because there will be a dose of pure magic hidden in the stars.

Want to experience the night sky like a scientist? Swing by The Nathan and Fannye Shafran Planetarium & Ralph Mueller Observatory in the Cleveland Museum of Natural History to get closer to the stars than ever before.