The www.heavens-above.com site has an "All Sky Map" which is easy enough = to use. If you don't want to take the time to register (which is free), = you can log in as an anonymous user, select your location from their data = base, and adjust the time to when you want to view. Tonight, by 6:45 or = so, Mercury should be visible nearly due West and 11 degrees above the = horizon...=20 >>> dawnhi2002@xxxxxxxxx 04/02/04 07:30AM >>> Where should i LOOK TO SEE THE FIVE PLANETS TONIGHT? Also what would be = the best time to see them? dawn ---------------------------------- This message was sent to you from the "Try Astronomy Milwaukee" listserv (a.k.a. mailing list) used by Milwaukee's urban astronomers. http://www.freelists.org/webpage/tryastronomy To send an e-mail message to everyone subscribed to the listserv, simply send it to: tryastronomy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx If you know of someone who would like to sign up to also receive messages from this listserv (a.k.a. subscribe), they can use the above Web page or have them send a blank e-mail to: tryastronomy-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx and put the word SUBSCRIBE in the Subject line of the message. If you wish to stop receiving messages from this listserv, you can use the above Web page or send a blank e-mail to: tryastronomy-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx and put the work UNSUBSCRIBE in the Subject line of your message.