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Venus is shining at its brightest in the low southwestern night sky just after sunset, making it a fine time for stargazers to observe the brilliant planet, weather permitting.

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What is that bright "star" in the Western Sky? Why is Venus so bright at the moment? Is it getting bigger, closer, brighter? "Why Is Venus So Bright?" uploaded Oct 27, 2013 https://www.youtube.com ...

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Venus is much brighter than Mars. Only the Moon and the Sun are brighter than Venus. Go. science math history literature technology health law business All Sections Answers.com ® ...

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Venus is looking stunningly bright next to the moon right now and here's why. The second rock from the sun has been even brighter than normal and it's not too late to catch a glimpse.

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Albedo is a better term. Obviously, being much closer to Earth, the Moon is brighter. By the intrinsic brightness of the reflected light, the albedo, for the Moon is 0.12, and for Venus, is 0.75. This means that Venus reflects much more light from its surface than the moon. That is mainly because Venus is solidly covered in clouds.

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Now on to your other question: yes, Venus can get brighter and dimmer. Venus is an "inferior planet". That doesn't mean it's smaller than Earth (although it is, just a bit) but that it orbits closer to the Sun than Earth does. Because of this Venus goes through a cycle of phases similar to our Moon.

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Jupiter is a bright planet, and Mars was also exceedingly bright for a couple of months, centered on late July 2018. But neither Jupiter nor Mars at its brightest can outshine Venus. Our ...

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Venus is always brighter than all other planets or stars (except the Sun) as seen from Earth. The second brightest object on the image is Jupiter. To the naked eye, Venus appears as a white point of light brighter than any other planet or star (apart from the Sun).

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Venus is Too Bright - Too Little Media Interest So all over the world in both the norhtern and southern hemisphere people are noticing that Venus is incredibly bright now and getting brighter. Why are people being told go outside and marvel at the lovely sight of the planet venus they way they are always told to see some comet or meteor shower ...