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Answer to Question #222 in Astronomy | Astrophysics for gabriella

Question #222
Can Venus be seen in the constellation of Big Dipper or in the constellation of Cepheus? If it is possible, explain why.
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Venus can’t be seen neither in the constellation of Big Dipper, nor in the constellation of Cepheus. Venus always moves not far from the ecliptic, piercing zodiac constellations, far away from the given constellations.

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