Morning Star

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Morning Star or Morningstar may refer to:


  • Morning star, most commonly used as a name for the planet Venus when it appears in the east before sunrise. Venus is also the Evening Star. The ancients first thought the two were separate stars and later realized it was the same star appearing as the harbinger of the Sun in the east and marking the end of the day in the west.
  • Morning star, a name for the star Sirius, which appears in the sky just before sunrise during the Dog Days
  • Morning star, a (less common) name for the planet Mercury when it appears in the east before sunrise


  • Morning Star, one of the Zorya (gods in Slavic mythology)
  • The Latin name of the Morning Star ("Lucifer") has been given to Satan in some Christian theology.

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