How did astronomers group planets?


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I read that Astronomers said that Mercury and Venus will always be to the west in the evening sky and to the east in the morning, never overhead. Venus is rivaled only by the Moon. You no doubt know it as the morning star or the evening star. The planets that orbit the Sun beyond the earth make their trail from east to west. Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus are also visible to the naked eye. There will initially be a need to consult some source of information about their position, as they hide among the stars.

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