What Is the Bright Star in the Western Sky?

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The bright star in the Western sky is the Sirius or the Dog Star. It is a twinkling bright star that can easily catch one's eye. It flashes in different colours like red, green and blue.
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Without even looking, I'm going to guess a planet - either Venus or Saturn, since I think those two were the "evening stars" in the west this month, while Jupiter was rising
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The constellation Pegasus is the brightest star right
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Planet Venus has an elliptical orbit that is almost circular. Venus is a yellowish white planet that is the third brightest object in the sky, next to the sun and the moon. The planet
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Just like any other source of light, the apparent brightness of a star depends on. how far away you are from it. If you're on the Earth, then the star that appears to be the brightest
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