For a few days from 18 March 2022, we may be lucky enough to see 6 planets if we wake up early about 30 minutes before sunrise (between 05:45 and 06:15 Hour Thailand Standard Time) and look in the East-Southeast (ESE) sky.
In the picture above we can Venus the brightest planet very clearly about 30 degrees up from the horizon. Mars is smaller and reddish a little to the right. Saturn is a little below Venus. Mercury is very small in east horizon. Jupiter is a bit bigger just below and more to the East. The Sun (our star) will be rising. So we don't have long to see both Jupiter and Mercury. They are worth a look.
I won't ask about the sixth planet. I am sure we all know where it is. But I will ask 2 questions:
The answers can surprise us and move some of us closer to scientific learning techniques.