Jupiter is visible right as darkness falls each evening this month.
Venus, on the other hand, is most visible just before dawn.
Sandwiched in-between those two you'll find Saturn. The ringed planet rises from the east-southeast around 1 AM and is located near the constellation Libra the Scales.
Mars probably steals the show. It becomes visible as it rises from the eastern horizon around 10:30 PM. It will be easy to spot since it is reddish in color.
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