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So long as you know when and where to look you can spot all five of these spectacular planets, just as people have enjoyed doing since ancient times. All of these planets may not be visible at the same time. The overall brightness and visibility of each planet varies depending on the point in its regular cycle and other factors. This is known as albedo , and the amount of sunlight reflected on a given night depends on cloud coverage, the size of the planet, and the actual reflectivity of its surface.

Observing Mars

Mars is brighter than Jupiter, visible with the naked eye

With night skies expected to be clear for the next few day, Mars' bright red luminance, visible to the naked eye, may lure Oregonians out of their house to see how it outshines nearby Jupiter. The red planet is in a peak position of celestial brilliance now as Mars is in opposition with Earth. It's a view of Mars that won't be seen again until September Planetary opposition is the point in which a planet is degrees from the sun with Earth in between — the planet is opposite of the sun in our sky. To see the Martian planet most prominently in the night sky, it would be advantageous to seek sooner rather than later, even though it will be visible for the rest of

Mars in our Night Sky

Last year was the year of Mars launches, and this one will be the year of Mars landings. Mars is one of the easiest planets to see in the night sky, blazing bright orange and visible for almost the whole year. This means there are some great opportunities to see the planet travelling across the night skies, including just as the Perseverance rover is touching down. The day the rover lands, there will be a close approach of the moon and Mars — meaning they will appear next to each other in the night sky.
Simply go outside and look up and, depending on your local weather and lighting conditions, you should be able to see Mars. That is the point in Mars' orbit when it comes closest to Earth, this time at about Mars was visible for much of the night in the southern sky and at its highest point at about midnight.