Yes. To date scientists have discovered well over a thousand planets orbiting other stars. It is believe that a large portion of the stars in the night sky have planets.
the moon, stars, planets, sometimes shooting stars and yea that's about it
Mercur. It has an orbit that is closer to the Sun, meaning that we'd only see them when the Sun is either up or rising... in other words, not at night.
The planets positions change all the time. Some of the planets are easier to see. When they are visible, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn can easily be seen with the naked eye, if you know where to look. The other planets need a set of binoculars or a telescope to see them. Check the site below to help you locate the planets. Currently Jupiter can be seen for a while after sunset, as a bright object low and towards the south.
The planets visible to the naked eye, from the brightest to the less bright are Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, Mercury.
The reason you can see planets and stars at night is that their light is faint and the brightness of the sun obscures them during the day. At night, when the sun is not visible, the fainter light from the planets and stars can more readily be seen.
because soem planets are to far away and our eyes cant see that far
We can see mars and other planets at night as it is very dark.
You can see all of them in the sky at night.
Sunlight hitting the planets' surface reflex back to earth. Just like you can see the moon shine at night
Because the sun shines on them and illuminates them, exactly the way you shine a flashlight on a rock in order to see it at night.
Jupiter's many moons
why astronomers can see stars and planets at night
Every time they are there .We can see a body if light falls on it or it emits lights.So planets are seen at night, but at day time their intensity of light become very less than the Sun ,so they disappears.However when the moon eclipse the sun totally we can see them.
The Sun reflects light from the surfaces of the planets and that way we are able to see them from Earth, hence why the further away the planets are, the more difficult it is to see them. Not impossible, but difficult.
You can see the other planets and the moon (at night), because like the Earth, they all reflect light from the Sun.
Day and night, the planets constantly orbit the sun. This makes the planetary positions appear to change each night with respect to the background stars from the perspective of earth. So the positions do not change only at night, it is just at night we can see the positions have changed a little bit more.