What Is the First Star That Appears at Night?

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Some of the first stars to appear usually fall within or near the constellation Cygnus the Swan or the Northern Cross. The star Vega, which is within the constellation Lyra, is usually the first to be seen when the sun sets.
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Venus.
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Planet Earth is surrounded by four distinct layers of atmosphere, with each layer being enveloped by another. The layers, from nearest to the planet to the farthest, begin with the
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To build upon Craig's answer, think about it like this: when you are driving, don't buildings or mountains farther away seem not to move as fast by you as things that are closer?
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You're looking at the planets Venus (the brighter one, a bit lower in the sky) and Jupiter. With binoculars, you might see the phases of Venus and a few moons of Jupiter.
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