February 1, you can see a parade of planets

Today from 19:30 to 23:30, on the South-Western sky, the Moon, Mars, and Venus lined up in a row.

The heavenly bodies will be in the sector 5°, which is equivalent to 10 diameters of the lunar disc in the sky. Since the Moon moves very quickly across the sky, then the next day she will leave Mars and Venus and will come close to the Uranium (in the sector of 3°). Convergence is the apparent passage of one celestial object (usually the moon or planets) close to another on the celestial sphere.