5 planets and Comet NEOWISE viewing for the weekend

Hopefully no thick clouds for the weekend... at least Sunday morning. Before sunrise on Sunday, five planets—Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn—as well as the crescent moon will be visible in the sky all at the same time. Astronomy educator Dr. Jeffrey Hunt notes in a blog post that all five planets and the moon will be visible to the naked eye 45 minutes before sunrise on Sunday. He advises finding “a spot with clear horizons in the east-northeast and the southwest” to get the best view. Jupiter will be found in the southwestern sky, with Saturn above it and to the right, while Mars will be visible in the southeaster horizon, Venus will be in the eastern sky, and Mercury will be to the right of the moon (which will be very low in the east-northeast.)