From 24 June - 30 June 2565, we are lucky to witness 7 planets and 1 moon alignment in our Eastern sky. Best day 27 June, best time to see this rare event is about 04:30-05:30 hours in the morning though.
Due to the Moon, Mercury is a bit hard to see. And Uranus will take bit of guessing. On 25 June Uranus is quite close to the Moon and may be blocked out by the Moon. On 27 June, Uranus will be about half way between Mars (reddish planet) and Venus (bright blue planet). Jupiter is a big visible planet and not too far up from Mars (just follow the line (Moon-Venus-Mars) extended up. Saturn is not easy to spot because it is very high up near the centre of the sky.
Don't know where the other planet is? Look down. Earth is fully visible in plain sight.
May be it's time we show our young ones planets in our solar system and whet their curiosity to explore our world and space beyond.
[Added 5/8/2566: Happy to see this ชวนชม 4 ปรากฏการณ์ดาราศาสตร์ เกิดขึ้นในเดือนสิงหาคม https://www.thaipost.net/general-news/425574/ --there are more people looking at skies and space.]