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Use it to locate a planet, the Moon, or the Sun and track their movements across the sky. The map also shows the phases of the Moon, and all solar and lunar eclipses.
Need some help? Mercury is just 14 degrees from the Sun in the sky, so it is difficult to see. Venus can best be seen in the hours just after sunset.
Visibility improves as the sunlight fades. Venus is visible by day, but may be hard to find. Mars is just 3 degrees from the Sun in the sky, so it is difficult or impossible to see it.
Uranus is roughly in the opposite direction of the Sun, so it is visible during most of the night. You may need binoculars. Neptune is visible during most of the night, but it is best viewed in the late evening hours after sunset. Very faint, use binoculars. See how far the planets are from the Sun or Earth, how bright they look, and their apparent size in the sky. Dates and tips on how and where to see "shooting stars" from meteor showers all over the world.
A conjunction is when planets like Mars, Jupiter, or Saturn, or other bodies like stars or the Moon, meet in the sky. Why and when do conjunctions happen? in. Polar day. Loading stars Mercury rise and set in Valletta Fairly close to the Sun.
Visible around sunrise and sunset only. Mercury Time:. Venus rise and set in Valletta View after sunset.
Venus Time:. Mars rise and set in Valletta Very close to Sun, hard or impossible to see.
Mars Time:. Jupiter rise and set in Valletta View after sunset. Jupiter Time:. Saturn rise and set in Valletta View after sunset. Saturn Time:.
Uranus rise and set in Valletta Up most of the night. Bring binoculars. Uranus Time:. Neptune rise and set in Valletta After sunset and most of the night. Use binoculars. Neptune Time:.Malta star tonight
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Planets Visible in the Night Sky in Malta Port, Il-Marsa, Malta