Why do periods of good evening visibility of the planets usually come in winter and spring, and morning ones – in summer and autumn?

It is during these periods that the planets have a declination above (in the southern hemisphere – below) the solar one and can be clearly visible even at a relatively small angular distance from the Sun. The ecliptic arc in the sky during these periods rises high above the horizon.

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