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yes, anywhere, just note that the farther the mirror is from the pj, the bigger the image is at the mirror and the bigger it needs to be.
The mirror can be smaller if the angle of reflection is smaller, i.e. fire the pj more toward the back wall than sideways, the limit being what it takes for the beam not to hit the pj.
Get yourself a piece of cardboard to use as a test mirror and play with pj positions to see.