Spot six planets in the sky this week: Mercury, Mars, Uranus and more

THE coming week is a great time to look for planets. A new moon on 28 October means no moonlight and, with the exception of Neptune, every planet is visible at some point in the coming days. Even distant Uranus, which at 8 pm GMT on 27 October will be a mere 2.8 billion kilometres away.

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