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What surface would you be able to see easier through a telescope mars or Venus?

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Why can astronomers see the of mars clearly but not the surface of venus?

While it's very easy to look at the surface of Mars with ordinary binoculars, it is near impossible to observe the surface of Venus, even with the longest and most powerful te

Can you see Venus at night without a telescope?

Yes    Yes, easily. Venus is the second brightest object in the night sky.  Only the moon is brighter. Venus is usually visible at dusk or dawn  depending on where it i

Why can astronomers see the surface of mars clearly but not the surface of Venus?

Astronomers can see Mars surface more clearly because the sun shines on Mars more than Venus so we can see it better. 2. Well, Mars has little atmosphere, or at least a transp

Can you see stars through a telescope?

Yes you can because telescopes can see planets lightyears away so it will be incredibly easy to see stars (it would be easy because telescopes enlarge the images and you can s

Can you see a galaxy through a telescope?

As a matter of fact, you can see at least 3 galaxies with the naked eye: the Andromeda Galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud, and the Small Magellanic Cloud. The latter two only

What can you see on Jupiter through a telescope?

It depends on how powerful your telescope is. Even with a reasonable one you would see the bands of colour on it. You would also see its moons. With a more powerful one, you w