Can you see Jupiter without a telescope?

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Yes, it is possible to see the planet Jupiter from the without a telescope. It is one of the brightest bodies in the space, third from moon and Venus. Planets produce no visible light of their own; you see them by reflected sunlight. Jupiter is brighter than the stars which produce their own light.
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