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You’ll be treated to a rare show if you look to the skies when it gets dark Tuesday night.
Mars will be visible all night long.
It will be a bright burnt orange color and almost 10 times brighter than the brightest stars in the sky.
That’s because Mars, Earth and the Sun will be arranged in a nearly-straight line.
This only happens every two years.
Click here for a cool video from USA Today on this phenomenon.