Can We See Venus?

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Yes we can see Venus before sunrise and soon after sunset. We can only see them during the day since they are between earth and the sun. For the other planets that are behind the earth, we can logically see them at night since they are behind Earth. Well, it's not an instant 180 degree flip from high noon to7 pm or midnight.  We rotate once in 24 hours, so we get a view in all directions out into space during that 24 hour period.  AND the only part of the night sky we CAN'T see is that 30 degree angle (wedge of sky) around the sun (15 degrees of sky just before sunrise, plus where the sun is, and 15 degrees of sky right after sunset) out of 360 degrees.
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