When can you see which planets?

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Planet Visibility Approximately 1 hour after Sunset by month

2001-2002

Planet891011121234567
Mercury-W18w8-W23w24--W15w18--
Venus-------NW2WWWW
MarsSSSSWSWSWSWWWWW6-
Jupiter----E30EESESSWw14-
Saturn----E3ESESSWw7--

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Planet Visibility Approximately 1 Hour Before Sunrise by Month

2001-2002

Planet891011121234567
Mercury--E28---E19----E11
Venusee21----------
Mars------------
JupiterESESSWWw13------
SaturnSESSWw25--------

Notes:
Planets are listed along left column.
Months are listed along top of each column.
A dash (-) means not visible during the month.
A letter shows direction planet is visible
A number following a capital letter indicates the date planet rises to about 10 above horizon.
A number following a small letter indicates the approximate date planet falls to about 10 above horizon.
This chart is approximate and depends on your location, horizon height and light pollution conditions. It is meant only as a guideline. Your mileage may vary.

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