What planets can we see in Singapore

Planets in the night sky today over Singapore, Singapore

11 hours, 49 minutes

Sun, May 23, 7:06 pm - Mon, May 24, 6:55 am

Visible tonight, May 23rd - May 24th 2021

Mercury: Until Sun 8:33 pm
Venus: Until Sun 8:10 pm
Mars: Until Sun 10:23 pm
Jupiter: From Mon 01:10
Saturn: From Mon 00:02
Uranus: From Mo 05:32
Neptune: From Mon 02:32 am

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Planets in Singapore, May 23 - May 24, 2021 (7 planets visible)

Mercury: rise and fall in Singapore

Close to the sun, only visible at sunset.

Mercury is only 21 degrees from the Sun and is therefore difficult to see.

Sun, May 23 ↓ 8:33 pm

Venus: rise and fall in Singapore

Look just after sunset.

Venus is quite close to the sun and is only visible just after sunset. Go to a place with an unobstructed view. Venus is visible during the day but difficult to find.

Sun, May 23 ↓ 8:10 pm

Mars: rise and fall in Singapore

Look for sunset.

Mars is best seen in the hours immediately after sunset. Visibility improves with decreasing sunlight.

Sun, May 23 ↓ 22:23

Jupiter: rise and fall in Singapore

Look before sunrise.

Jupiter is best seen in the hours just before sunrise. The visibility deteriorates with increasing brightness.

Mon, May 24 ↑ 1:10 am

Saturn: rise and fall in Singapore

Look early in the morning.

Saturn is visible for more than 6 hours in later parts of the night, before sunrise.

Mon, May 24 ↑ 00:02

Uranus: rise and fall in Singapore

Close to the sun, only visible at sunrise and sunset. Binoculars recommended.

Uranus is only 20 degrees away from the sun and is therefore difficult to see. Binoculars recommended.

Mon, May 24 ↑ 5:32 am

Neptune: rise and fall in Singapore

Look before sunrise. Use binoculars.

Neptune is best seen in the hours just before sunrise. The visibility deteriorates with increasing brightness. Extremely faint. Use binoculars.

Mon, May 24 ↑ 02:32

Planets visible in Singapore