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SCIENCE FILE

May 06, 1999

Venus stands high in the west as the sky grows dark, where it is the brilliant evening star. It does not set until 11 p.m. Venus is in a part of the sky with an abundance of bright stars. It is above Taurus, to the upper right of Orion, below Gemini, and to the left of Auriga.

Source: John Mosley, Griffith Observatory

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