Jupiter naked eye

Are you an avid stargazer? If so, you probably want to know when you can see not just the stars but the visible planets in our Solar System as well. This handy guide gives you the dates for when you can see the planets throughout the year. Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun in our Solar System. Because it is so close to the Sun, it is only observable in the early morning, just after sunrise, or at dusk.

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Which planets can you see from Earth with the naked eye? Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and more

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The Naked Eye Planets in the Night Sky (and how to identify them)

Google Adsense Privacy Policy. Contact Webmaster. The Naked-eye Appearance of the Planets. Current Positions of the Planets. Visibility of the Planets in The Naming of the Planets. Current Moon Phase.
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The brightest planets in September's night sky: How to see them (and when)

This month offers a compromise of the best of the best. In July, Jupiter and then six days later, Saturn, came to opposition. In August, Venus arrived at its greatest western elongation from the sun in the predawn morning sky. October will be the "month of Mars" as the Red Planet comes nearest to Earth for the next 15 years.
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Jupiter looms big and bright in the night sky as it reaches opposition Monday, opening a window of prime viewing. The planet will be visible to the naked eye — it will look like a bright blurry star — and with binoculars, the view gets even more interesting. The planet is also nearing perigee — the closest it will be to Earth this year — but because of its elliptical orbit, perigee will be on Wednesday, two days after opposition.
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