What time of day can Mars and Venus be observed? What determines the differences in the visibility of these planets?

Mars can be observed at any time of the night (depending on its configuration), and Venus – only in the morning or evening. The differences in visibility are determined by the fact that Mars is the outer planet and Venus is the inner planet.

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