Mercury, Venus, mars, Jupiter and Saturn can all be seen from earth. They look like bright stars with the naked eye.
There are 5 planets that are visible to the naked eye and can be seen without the aid of a telescope. These planets are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
They can be visible from Earth without the aid of a telescope.
You can see six planets without a telescope. - Mercury - Venus - Earth - Mars - Jupiter - Saturn
There are billions and billions of planets out there that we can not see from earth without a telescope.
With a telescope, yes. You can't see it without a telescope though.
The planets visible without the aide of a telescope are called naked-eye planets. These include Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. See the related link for more information.
Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn are visible from Earth without a telescope. At certain times, for those with excellent vision, Uranus is visible. Some planets are best viewed just before dawn.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter. Uranus is also visible but it has to be a good night with no light pollution.
As long as you stay on the Earth, Neptune is never visible without optical aid.
no because it is too far away
No, you need a telescope to see Saturn's rings. Without a telescope, Saturn is just a point of light, like a star.
There are certain times of the year, depending on where you live on the Earth that the planet Mercury is visible without the use of a telescope.
Six planets are visible from Earth without any optical equipment except your eyes.
A 'naked eye' comet, such as Hale-Bop.
Probably because without telescopes people wouldn't know that there were other planets (except that in addition to Earth, you can see five other planets without a telescope, but hey . . .)
Yes, you can also see Mercury and Saturn without a telescope. With a telescope, you can see all the planets.
All of them are if you have a telescope. If you don't, then Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are visible. Probably. Earth definitely is.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn.
The planets visible from Earth are Mercury, Venus, parts of Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus.
Neptune and Uranus cannot be seen without the aid of a teloscope.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn are visible to the naked eye. These were the only planets known, before the invention of the telescope and the maturation of the disciplines of universal gravitation and celestial mechanics.
It is too far away, too small, and doesn't,reflect enough sun light to make it visible without a telescope.
Not without a telescope and detailed knowledge of where to look. They're tiny and not close to Earth.
The planets are visible because they are quite large in space. When the sun hits them they are visible on Earth.