Advertisements This appearance of Venus has ended. During its evening appearance in 2015, Venus appeared near bright stars and planets. After a spectacular appearance in the morning sky, brilliant Venus moves into the evening sky during the summer of 2016…. Read More ›
Advertisements This chart provides the detail for the posting 2016-2017, Venus Evening Star. The chart was plotted using data from the U.S. Naval Observatory’s MICA computer program. All points on the chart are calculated for Chicago, Illinois . The sunset… Read More ›
Advertisements Field Report: The five naked-eye planets as seen from Rochester, Michigan on February 5, 2016.
Advertisements To locate the five planets during late January 2016, the moon appears near Jupiter on the mornings of January 27 and January 28. Venus is the brightest starlike object, appearing low in the southeast. Viewing with a clear horizon,… Read More ›
Advertisements The brilliant Morning Star Venus continues to gleam from the eastern morning sky in early 2016. The chart above shows the rising of Venus, Mercury, Saturn, the star Antares and the moon compared to sunrise from January 14, 2016… Read More ›
Advertisements Brilliant Venus shines from the southeastern sky this morning near the star Zubenelgenubi. Mars is 25 degrees to the upper right of Venus and near the star Spica. Mars passes Spica on December 21. For more about the morning planets: Venus as a… Read More ›