When Will Mars Be Visible Tonight?

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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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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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Mars will be visible very low in the south west sky as it grows dark. Mars will shine at
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It will be very close at vancover first to view and the best view and on september 30th 2011 and at newzealand 1st of October 2011 and at East Australia on the 2nd of October and
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Mars is visible to the naked eye EVERY night. The best time to look is about two hours before sunrise, high in the east. But don't look for "two moons." If you are, you've
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