From Mars our earth mother (Earth) sees something like this. (A big bright star in the sky). Today, the Red Planet is about 217.8 million kilometers from Earth in space. As the planets orbit the sun, their distances change due to their elliptical orbits. Because the distance between two planets depends on the presence of planets in different places in orbit and the change in position during rotation in space, this distance decreases and increases. That is, the distance is not constant.
When Mars and Earth come close to each other in their orbits, the minimum distance between the two is about 54 million kilometers. This is almost possible after two years. Therefore, missions from Earth to Mars are usually the same distance. Are sent two years apart.
Similarly, when the two planets revolve around the Sun and move to their farthest point, the farthest point from the Sun, the two are facing the Sun more than each other. Millions of kilometers.
But this closeness and distance is not so common. This happens only once in thousands of years. The last time Mars came close to Earth, for example, was in August 2003. Then it looked very bright on the ground. And this closeness was given to the two neighboring planets sixty thousand years later. And the next time such closeness is expected after three hundred years …!