|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
At the beginning of January, Pisces rises around 11:00 AM, and sets around 10:45 PM. At the end of January, Pisces rises around 10:00 AM and sets around 10:30 PM. This means that a large part of the time that it is up, you can't see it since it's daylight. However, you should be able to find Pisces rather easily after sunset, as Mars is right in the middle of the constellation this year. Look to the Southwest for the Red Planet - it is pretty bright - and as the stars come out around it you may be able to see Pisces. It should be about 40 degrees above the horizon. Most of the stars are around 4th magnitude, so if there is a lot of light pollution it may be difficult to see, but for moderate to dark skies you should be able to find the constellation's stars.
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