The Evening Star should be visible for just over an hour from 9:54 p.m. until about 11 p.m. before it disappears over the horizon.
Shine bright like a diamond! The planet Venus, also nicknamed the Evening Star, reached its peak of brightness this Sunday evening. It will therefore be even more visible than the other nights, towards the west, from sunset at 9:54 p.m., explains The Parisian.
According to the daily, it should be visible for just over an hour, until about 11 p.m., before it disappears over the horizon. The evening star is the brightest star after the sun and the moon. The fact that it shines so much comes from its proximity to the solar star and its atmosphere, filled with fairly clear clouds.
Observable until the end of July
Last year at the same time, a rare phenomenon had occurred. The alignment of all the planets, namely Venus, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus.
For its part, Venus will shine again until the end of July. But it will then be necessary to wait until the second half of August for it to light up the sky again, to the east this time.
Source: BFM TV