When is Mars going to be visible?

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The time that Mars will be visible in tonight's sky will be determined by the viewers location. On January 27, 2010, Mars will have a Magnitude of -3.8, therefore will be shining very brightly.
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Mars is actually visible with the naked eye. When it is orbiting at its closest to the earth it is the brightest stars in the sky and can appear to be red.
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For North America, it is high overhead between 9 and 10 p.m. tonight. he Moon will be up there, too, not far away and to the South of Mars.
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It was visible before dawn this morning, and will be visible before dawn tomorrow morning. Look to the east, just before the sun rises. Venus is also visible, rising about 30 minutes
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Mars will be visible very low in the south west sky as it grows dark. Mars will shine at
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