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If you were on Mercury the planet, which planet would be visible in the night sky?

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    which planet, singular, just one planet? Why not more?

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    For example, the next closest planet (on average around an orbit) is Venus. So yes to Venus. But why not then Earth, and then Mars and Jupiter and Saturn?

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    Venus, because out of all the planets, Venus is the brightess.

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