Venus is an inner planet, its angular distance from the Sun cannot exceed 47 °. Since this planet goes beyond the horizon at about midnight, it means at this time it is located to the east of the daylight and is visible in the evenings. But in this case, Venus will remain in the sky until midnight only if its declination is close to the maximum, that is, if it is near the point of the summer solstice, and the Sun is to the west along the ecliptic at the greatest angular distance. Such a picture can take place only in April-May during the eastern elongation of Venus.
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