6:06 p.m., 7:05 p.m.
Because Venus’s disk will be 10.4" across and 95 percent sunlit, both disappearance and reappearance will be gradual, each lasting about 20 seconds.
This is a late-afternoon event for Chile, where Venus should be an easy naked-eye sight near the Moon if the sky is very clear. Disappearance and reappearance are due at these local times (UT – 3h):
In the Hawaiian Islands only Venus’s reappearance will be visible, and only after sunrise that Sunday morning. A telescope will probably be needed because Venus and the Moon will be below the Sun. Here are local times (UT – 10h) of the reappearance and the Moon’s altitude in the sky: