do planets really do not twinkle????
Asked by | 12th May, 2008, 09:53: PM
Both Mercury and Venus are both evening and morning stars. That is because they are nearer to the sun than the earth is, so they can never appear very far from the sun in the sky. In other words, when the sun sets in the evening they might be in the west, near the sun as an evening star. Or they could be in the morning sky before sunrise, again, near the sun. Hence, they are called the evening and morning stars.
Answered by | 23rd May, 2008, 09:42: PM
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