BBC Sky at Night Magazine

Family stargazing


It’s the final month that Venus will appear in the evening sky for the current period of visibility. This stunning planet will reach inferior conjunctio­n on 3 June and from thereon in will return to the morning sky. This month, look for Venus every clear evening. Make sure the Sun has set first though. See how long you can follow it before it slips into the Sun’s glare. Then, next month, see how quickly you can recover it in the morning sky. It should be visible roughly 30 minutes before sunrise from mid-June onwards.

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