Seeing a mirage through mirror?

Okay, I am not really good in physics (rather terrible), but nonetheless.
So, I was just wondering if you can see a mirage, is there something special in our eyes that we can see it or what? I mean, if I am looking a mirage (or into a mirage or at a mirage, whichever is correct) and then instead of directly looking at it, I take a plane mirror and turn my around and look into mirror would I still see the mirage? How would the situation differ if I had a concave/convex mirror?

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Mirage is an optical phenomenon. That doesn't imply something's fishy with ur eyes. If you see a mirage, you'd see whatever you do. Whatever mirror you use, the situation would be just as you are seeing a real object. Why do you think a mirage should behave differently? –  Cheeku Mar 12 '13 at 12:51
@Cheeku: I don't know man. I am terrible at physics. I was watching some sci-fi and it was about illusion and universe and what not, and they were like you and it (the universe) looked at itself through mirror and found that the reality is just illusion, just like a mirage. –  Razort4x Mar 12 '13 at 12:58
Well, that was pure sci-fi then. –  Cheeku Mar 12 '13 at 12:59
Vampires don't have a reflection in mirrors, right? –  b_jonas Mar 12 '13 at 21:29
@b_jonas: yeah, I've heard that, but is this really true? I mean if they were for real, (not the people who pretend to be Gothic and sh**) so will they not see themselves in mirror? –  Razort4x Mar 13 '13 at 5:10