When Venus’s sickle is very thin, its horns cover more than half of the disk, and in some cases a thin luminous ring is observed

When Venus’s sickle is very thin, its horns cover more than half of the disk, and in some cases a thin luminous ring is observed around the entire disk. How to explain this phenomenon?

This phenomenon occurs as a result of the refraction of the sun’s rays in the extended and dense atmosphere of Venus.

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