Can venus be seen from earth with a telescope?
You can see Venus from Earth with a telescope. You can also see Venus without a telescope. It is the brightest object in the sky, third only to the Sun and the Moon. Right now, as of April 10, 2012, Venus is an evening planet. At 8:45pm, EDT, from New York, New York, it is about 24 degrees above the western horizon. This is when Jupiter, the fourth brightest object in the sky, is just setting.
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