The classic “evening star”, Venus (more), is now beginning to make its twinkling debut, and will be a beautiful sparkle to watch throughout the Fall and Winter seasons. Extremely visible to the unaided eye, Venus is a great celestial object for novice sky-watchers to begin learning how to track and enjoy observing the night sky.



Joe Rao, writing for Space.com, provides a nice overview of the Venus experience for 2008-2009… so, grab your binoculars, telescope, or just your family for an evening stroll through the neighborhood and check out the twinkle of Venus this Fall.


“Doorstep Astronomy: Venus Shines Bright” :: Space.com :: August 26, 2008 :: [ READ ]

 

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