The Red Planet is finally rising before midnight.
Mars will start showing up in the evening sky Saturday (Aug. 13), although finding it will be tough for the first few days. The upshot, however, is that Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus are still pretty visible during various parts of the dark-sky hours.
Mars will be quite low on the eastern horizon, becoming more visible a few minutes after midnight local time. Luckily, it’s hard to miss that planet, given it glows so red in the dark.
Handily, it won’t be too far from the Pleiades, the name the International Astronomical Union assigns to a cluster of shiny stars in the constellation Taurus. (Your tradition may have other names for these various astronomical objects.)
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