Where is Mars tonight?


Where Mars is tonight depends on where you are. Mars is usually visible in different parts of the sky relative to individual location and time of year. There are star charts that are published every year to help you locate the planets and stars. You can find more information here: http://www.space.com/spacewatch/100103-night-sky-events-2010.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+spaceheadlines+(SPACE.com+Headline+Feed)
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Mars can be seen just about every night. The best way to look for it is to look for a bright red star in the sky that seems to be moving the opposite direction that the moon or sun
On August 27, 2010 Mars will be in its normal familiar path, and somewhat hard to see.
Saturday, September 4: Low in the west-southwest after sunset, Mars is 2 degrees upper right of Spica, which is roughly 4 degrees right of landmark Venus.
Mars is the fourth planet away from the Sun in the Solar System, approximately 206,600,000 to 249,200,000 km away from the Sun and 57,936,384 to 402,336,000 km away from Earth.
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Mars right now is behind the sun. The next good time to observe Mars is in 2012. In 2003, Mars was closer to Earth than it ever was in modern history. You can find more information here: http://www.space.com/spacewatch/spacewatch_010713.html
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