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The path of Venus in the evening sky during apparition A, as seen from latitude 30 degrees South (Copyright Martin J Powell, 2010)

The Path of Venus in the Evening Sky (30 mins after sunset) for an observer at latitude 30 South during Apparition A (e.g. 2002, 2010 and 2018).

The path of Venus in the evening sky during apparition C1, as seen from latitude 30 degrees South (Copyright Martin J Powell, 2010)

The Path of Venus in the Evening Sky (30 mins after sunset) for an observer at latitude 30 South during Apparition C1 (e.g. 2003/2004, 2011/2012 and 2019/2020).

The path of Venus in the evening sky during apparition D, as seen from latitude 30 degrees South (Copyright Martin J Powell, 2010)

The Path of Venus in the Evening Sky (30 mins after sunset) for an observer at latitude 30 South during Apparition D (e.g. 2005/2006, 2013/2014 and 2021/2022).

The path of Venus in the evening sky during apparition F1, as seen from latitude 30 degrees South (Copyright Martin J Powell, 2010)

The Path of Venus in the Evening Sky (30 mins after sunset) for an observer at latitude 30 South during Apparition F1 (e.g. 2006/2007, 2014/2015 and 2022/2023).

The path of Venus in the evening sky during apparition H1, as seen from latitude 30 degrees South (Copyright Martin J Powell, 2010)

The Path of Venus in the Evening Sky (30 mins after sunset) for an observer at latitude 30 South during Apparition H1 (e.g. 2008/2009, 2016/2017 and 2024/2025).

Naked-Eye Venus: The 8-Year Cycle


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