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And Mercury is at its highest, too, a day later.
When it's dark out and there are no streetlights, Venus can cast a shadow. She rises well before dawn, so you might see Venus-shadows over the next few days or weeks.
Interestingly, Venus isn't brightest at full phase but at crescent when it's 25% illuminated and 75% in shadow. This time-lapse shot over the course of a year provides a good visual:
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After today, she'll grow fuller but also move farther away, growing dimmer. Even so, Venus is usually the brightest celestial object besides the Sun and Moon.