Qixing is the ancient name of Venus. Around dawn, the brightest star appears in the east wind, with an average distance of 108 million kilometers from the sun.
Each star in the sky has its own name, and the location of the existence is different. What is Our Common Morning Star? Now let’s introduce it to you.
“Morning star” is the ancient name for “Venus”. Before and after dawn, a particularly bright “morning star” is sometimes seen on the eastern horizon. It is not a light source, and people call it “morning star”.
Venus is the brightest star in the sky. When it appears in the western sky at night, it is called “Chang Geng Star”. When it appeared in the eastern sky in the morning, it was called “Venus”.
Its average distance from the sun is 108 million kilometers, and its angular distance from the time sun is 47 to 48 degrees. The reason why people can often see it is mainly because its angular distance from the sun is larger most of the time.
All the stars in the night sky are not as bright as the Moon. As there is often a silver-white, diamond-like flash from Venus, so it has been known in China, “Taibai” nickname.
The reason why Venus is very bright is related to its dense atmosphere, which reflects about 75% of the sunlight on it. When Venus was closest to the Earth, it averaged more than 40 million kilometers