As Earth’s neighbor, it’s no surprise that Venus frequently appears in daylight.
It’s also the brightest object in the night sky after our Moon, which should come in handy if you’re looking for it.
It is also the closest to the Second Sun.
Thankfully, for most of the year, it’s fairly easy to spot Venus.
Most of the time the planet is clearly visible from Earth in the early hours.
It can often be spotted in the west just after dusk or rising in the east before dawn.
And the good news is that it can also be seen during most of the year.
Venus is within 38 million miles of Earth at its closest point, although most of the time they are much further apart than that.
From around 5:30 a.m. in London, it will be somewhere to the southeast.
From February to June, you can expect good visibility.
But as it slowly moves behind the Sun, you can expect it to get harder from there.
Based on timeanddate.comJuly and August this planet has “pretty good” visibility.
In September, it dropped to a “slightly hard to see” level for the rest of 2022.
Currently, Venus is in the constellation Sagittarius, itself in the Southern Hemisphere.
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