Thanks for the class.
Never thought it was a planet because the brightness and color, just white.
When I commented about it was in the upper right, around a span, yesterday it was just in the right side. I suppose it was early.
I have a binoculars (just checked, it has 8x40), I'll check with them.
I used to use StarTracker to watch a star map through the camera.
Earth! Nice place...
despite bad people trying to destroy it.
The planets wander about in the sky due to their orbits and our position in relation to them. In fact, the word 'planet' is derived from the Greek for 'wandering'. It's a bit like runners running around a track. If one of them passes another the other runner appears to be going backward as seen by the passing runner. The planets move in the plane of the ecliptic at different speeds so can vary in position from day to day. Venus is a light green colour at about 150x and I can often see slight colour variations in the surface detail of the clouds. Venus is bright because you are looking at the very reflective clouds that obscure its surface.