Spot Uranus near Venus on Sunday

in the Predawn Sky

You'll need binoculars

 or a telescope to see Uranus, but Venus is extremely bright in the eastern sky.

The brilliant planet

 Venus will shine near Uranus before sunrise early Sunday

Venus is currently visible

 in the morning sky before dawn and can be found low in the eastern sky.

The planet Uranus is not

visible to the unaided eye, but can be spotted with binoculars or a telescope.

Early Saturday (June 11),

 Venus overtook Uranus in the sky and the two planets were actually slightly closer than they will be on Sunday

The two planets will

 be close enough to share the view in the eyepiece of a backyard telescope

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