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Don’t get me wrong: it would actually be pretty cool to see this planetary/pyramid alignment.
Someone putting themself at just the right place to the northwest at just the right time might be able to get the three planets aligned with the three pyramids.
The second thing I did, though, was ask myself: will they look like that in the sky as seen from Giza? I used the software planetarium program Sky Safari to show what the three planets would look like in the sky before sunrise on December 3rd as seen from the location of the pyramids, and got this: In this picture, the yellow line is the ecliptic, the path of the Sun in the sky through the year.
First, this obviously cannot be an actual photo This must be a Photoshop job.
That’s fine if it’s only to show what things are supposed to look like, and no one is claiming this is an actual photo. There are lots of other problems with this planetary alignment claim. The first thing I did when I saw this was ask: is there really going to be a close conjunction of three planets on December 3rd? Mercury, Venus, and Saturn will all be within a relatively small distance of each other in the sky on that date.
The green horizontal line is the horizon, and the three planets are labeled.
Note the angle of the planets: in the picture going viral, the planets are much closer to horizontal, but in reality the line connecting the planets is at a steeper angle. This may not seem like a big deal, but having the planets closer to horizontal like in the viral picture is more spectacular than what will really happen, exaggerating the claim.