Visibility of Planets in Morning and Evening Twilight, 2006
|Venus ||January 19–September 19|
|Mars ||December 10–December 31|
|Jupiter ||January 1–May 4|
December 5–December 31
|Saturn ||January 1–January 7|
August 26–December 31
|Venus ||January 1–January 8|
December 8–December 31
|Mars ||January 1–September 7|
|Jupiter ||May 4–November 9|
|Saturn ||January 27–July 30|
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