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Venus, second planet from the sun, is the brightest planet in our solar system.
The current definition of habitable zone only examines the amount of sunlight reaching a planet. It may be time to question that definition.
A new image captures two planets with ancient significance meeting up over the famous old city of Rome on Sunday (May 1).
Our May night sky viewing guide tells you which planets are visible in May's night sky and how you can see them.
Tune into a Virtual Telescope Project livestream to watch live as Jupiter and Venus meet in the night sky.
The International Space Station and China's space station photobombed a four-planet line-up in the early morning sky for Italian astrophysicist Gianluca Masi.
Venus and Jupiter — the two brightest planets in the sky — are headed for a close encounter tomorrow (April 30).
Venus' dense and stormy atmosphere is the cause why a day on the scorching planet is longer than a year, a new study suggests.
The celestial highlight in the days ahead will involve the three brightest objects in the nighttime sky: the moon and the planets Venus and Jupiter.
The quarter-phase moon points to a stunning set of planets low in the sky: Saturn, Mars, Venus and Jupiter.
Multiple research teams are developing missions designed to address Venus' potential as an abode for life.
Venus, Saturn and Mars will be visible and very close together this week in the predawn sky. Here's how to see it.
Reference Venus is the second planet from the sun and the hottest and brightest planet in the solar system. Explore the hostile volcanic planet here in our guide.
Venus has had a busy March! Now, the bright planet will be at its greatest distance from the sun tonight (March 20).
Venus will meet up with Mars in the very early morning sky on Saturday (March 12). Here’s how you can catch the planetary duo.
As planetary scientists resumed meeting in person, Venus experts had something special to celebrate.
You may be able to watch the moon cluster up with ringed Saturn and fleeting Mercury on Monday (Feb. 28), but it will be a considerable challenge.