Starstruck Over the next two weeks, five planets will line up for a cosmic dance that will dazzle skywatchers all over the world. Illustration by Andrew Fazekas, SkySafari. To see the rings, you need a small telescope. We will scour and bring you the most interesting science news from across the Arab world and also discuss the various problems of the region and how science can help solve them. The image can be see on the right. Such claims are nonsense. We never see Mars as a disk like this with the eye alone. 70 Pictures Taken at the Right Moment At what speed does the Earth move around the Sun? Meanwhile, Saturn appears in the southeastern sky during the predawn hours. Venus, the brightest of all the visible planets, will appear to the upper right of Mercury. What is the difference between a "star" and a "sun"? How Many Were Here? Why do planets rotate?