London's sky reveals 'every planet in the solar system'


A group of London astronomers have shown that despite the worsening light pollution in the capital, it is still possible to spot all that the solar system has to offer.

Marek Kukula, the Royal Observatory's astronomer, found out that stargazers have managed to see deep into space, despite the millions of artificial lights.

He met Baker Street Irregular Astronomers who meet in Regent's Park.

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