Asked in Planetary ScienceThe MoonPlanet Earth
What planets can you see with your naked eye?
February 02, 2010 2:33AM
Every 36 days in a year,Mercury appears at Twilight close to the sun's bright sunset glare.
I do not know where to look for Venus,Mars,Jupiter or Saturn.
Look for Planet X (Nibiru)every 2 to 5 years it will be out of nowhere.
I took a picture while I was coming home from the YMCA kidzone and I could see it.Try looking somewhere behind the moon.It should be looking like a ovalistic sphere that is orangish blueish gray.If that does not work look behind Saturn(It will always be at either one).
I HOPE THIS WILL WORK FOR YOU!