Nearly the entire surface of Mars, which will see the earthlings will be lit by the Sun, since the planet will reflect the sun's rays vividly.
The minimum distance from the Earth to Mars is about 33.9 million miles (54.6 million kilometers) and is rarely achieved. 59 million kilometers, marking the first time that Mars and Earth came closer than 60 million kilometers since 2003.
This will be closest that the Red Planet has been to the Earth since 2003. According to NASA, this alignment happens every two years or so.
In the past, scientists have theorized that carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases stored in Mars's rocks and polar ice caps could be released back into the atmosphere to make it thicker, heat the planet and allow liquid water to remain on the surface.
According to a report from NASA, Mars will look 3 times larger as the planet's orbit brings it closer to Earth than it's been in 17 years. "Carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vapour (H2O) are the only greenhouse gases that are likely to be present on Mars in sufficient abundance to provide any significant greenhouse warming", said Bruce Jakosky of the University of Colorado, Boulder.
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If you can't attend, you will likely be able to see it without a telescope.
Unfortunately, weather conditions might make it hard to see Mars clearly.
Mars reaches its highest point in the sky around midnight, approximately 35 degrees above the southern horizon, or one-third of the distance between the horizon and overhead. Mars will still be visible in the night sky for the next few months.
The perihelion opposition of 2003 was unusually close-NASA said the two planets won't get that close together again until August 28, 2287.