Often called the "Evening Star
," it has been lingering above the western horizon after sunset for the past few months, and it will remain in view there through the end of the year.
Indeed, Venus continues its Evening Star
appearance this week alongside Mercury and Jupiter in the conjunction I talked about last week.
I saw to my delight it was Evening Star
, the last engine to be built for British Rail.
After joining the Washington Evening Star
in 1944, she worked her way up to covering local and national stories in D.C.
As the astronomical identity of Venus as morning star and Venus as evening star
had been known in the classical world since the sixth or fifth century B.C.E .., (23) it is unlikely that these two aspects would still be celebrated in the form of two distinct deities, flanking the sun god, in the fourth century C.E.
also the evening star
, and the errant planet Venus.
Ipswich Town's David Norris, 27, who gestured for friend Luke McCormick and was fined pounds 5,000 by the FA, backed the Ipswich Evening Star
in naming guilty drivers.
The lovely story of Osseo, Son of the Evening Star
may inspire story telling at your own hearth.
The tracks are Morning Star (5:03); Raven Dance (6:33); Desert Skies (5:24); Where Spirits Dwell (6:47); Swallows & Nighthawks (3:53); Thunder on the Mesa (5:42); Thermals (2:52); Lost Canyons (8:33); Huukyangw [Wind] (6:30); Chasing the Sun (6:28); Twilight Canyon (5:45); and Evening Star
Fablehaven: Rise of the evening star
. Brandon Mull Shadow Mountain, 2007.
One nice guy who turned him down at the Evening Star
did tell Al that he knew a guy who was planning to launch a weekly newsletter aimed at the new television industry and might be hiring.
Here's a quick learning-curve sampling: During the last half of 2005, Venus, the so-called Evening Star
, continued to appear just after sunset.