A few days ago, I mentioned exoplanets. While it can be fun looking for new worlds, sometimes it's more fun to look at the worlds closer to home. So, as per the mnemonic: My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nachos, here's where the 8 planets are in the night sky.
Mercury: Mercury is currently hidden by the sun, but may be visible in the morning sky later in the week.
Venus: Venus is one of the easier planets to spot in the sky, due to being exceptionally bright. It currently rises before the sun, and is visible shortly before dawn.
Earth: Look down.
Mars: Mars is visible at dusk in the Southwestern sky, but is rather low.
Jupiter: Jupiter is high in the sky this month, so look for it in the constellation Taurus.
Saturn: Like Venus, rises before the sun, so look for it shortly before dawn.
Uranus & Neptune: Due to their distance, these two are difficult to spot without binoculars or a telescope. That said, they can be found in the constellations Pisces and Aquarius.
Also, when you're out looking: Saturn and Venus are scheduled to be very close together in the sky soon: Look for this conjunction on the mornings of November 26th and 27th.