Step outside at around 10 p.m. tomorrow night and look to the southeast.
There, you’ll find a bright red object in the sky: it’s Mars! And it’ll be the closest it’s been since 2003.
While you don’t need binoculars or a telescope to see it, a close-up view is an added treat.
But rest assured that Mars, while close, is safely tucked away in its own orbit, an average of 225 million kilometres away. What’s that in miles anyway?…
So grab your Mars Bars because it’ll be outta his world!