Who chooses the names for named storms?
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Congratulations to Leon Shultz of Charleston, SC who answered last weeks’ Mindbender correctly. “Venus is closer to the sun than Earth so it appears to us to always be close to the sun. So when the sun is rising, Venus can come over the horizon slightly before it and when the sun is setting Venus can follow it down to the western horizon.”