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Planets 2019

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mercury

Mercury

January: Not visible this month
February: Low in the southwest at sunset.
March: Not visible this month
April: Visible with Venus in the east at sunrise
May: Poorly placed for Northern hemisphere observers this month
June: Visible in the early evening sky just after the sunset
July: Poorly placed for viewing in the Northern hemisphere
August: Visible low in the northeast at sunrise
September: Too close to the Sun for safe viewing this month
October: Visible with great difficulty low in the southwestern sky at sunset with Venus
November: Not visible this month
December: Look for it in the sunrise sky late in the month.


venus

Venus

January: Visible in the southeast at sunrise along with massive Jupiter
February: Visible in the southeast at sunrise
March: Still the “morning star” this month low in the southeastern sky at sunrise
April: Sinks lower into the eastern sky at sunrise throughout the month
May: Low in the eastern sky all month at sunrise
June: Low in the northeastern sky all month at sunrise
July: Extremely low in the northeastern sky at sunrise
August: Not visible this month
September: Not visible this month
October: Still close to the Sun, Venus will be visible with difficulty in the southwest at sunset
November: Visible low in the southwest at sunset
December: Dominating the southwestern twilight sky at sunset for a turn as the “evening star.”

 


mars

Mars

January: Visible high in the southwestern sky at 8:30pm
February: Well-placed in the southwestern sky at 8:30pm
March: Visible high in the western sky at 8:30pm
April: Mars sinks lower into the western skies at 8:30pm
May: Continues to sit in the western skies at 8:30pm
June: Dim Mars sits with Mercury in the low northwest sky at 8:30pm
July: Not visible this month
August: Not visible this month
September: Not visible this month
October: Mars returns extremely low in the eastern sky at 6:30am

November: Continues to rise in the eastern sky at 6:30am
December: Visible in the southeastern sky at 6:30am


jupiter

Jupiter

January: Visible with Venus low in the southeastern sky at 6:30am
February: Low in the southeast at 6:30am
March: Moves higher in the south at 6:30am
April: Continues to be well-visible in southern sky at 6:30am
May: The planet will be in southwest at 5:30am

June: Visible low in the southeastern sky at 10:30pm
July: Well visible in the southern evening sky at 10:30pm
August: Visible in the southwestern sky at 10:30pm
September: Visible in the southwestern sky at 8:30pm
October: Visible low in the southwestern sky at 8:30pm
November: Visible low in the southwestern sky with Venus at 8:30pm
December: Not visible this month

 


saturn

Saturn

January: Too close to the Sun for good visibility this month
February: Visible in the southeastern sky with Venus at 7:30am
March: Low in the southeastern sky at 5:30am
April: Continues to be visible in the southeastern sky at 5:30am
May: Improving in visibility at 5:30am in the south
June: Visible in the southwestern sky at 5:30am
July: Well placed in the southeastern sky at 10:30pm in Sagittarius.
August: In the southern sky at 10:30pm
September: In the southern sky at 8:30pm
October: In the southwestern sky at 8:30pm
November: Low in the southwest in at 8:30pm
December: Visible low in the southwestern sky with Venus at 6:30pm