Wed, 06 Jun 2012 10:21a.m.
Venus passes across the face of the sun from about 10:15am this morning and will be finished by 4:43pm. The next transit will not be until 2117.
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8/06/2012 5:14:27 a.m.
Augustine Dung wrote:
Is marvelous to witnes this remarkble history in my life time, for someone in this generation to witnes this event again in the next 105 years, that person(s) will be the methuselah of our time. Infact this event is practical geography,kodus to the scientist.
6/06/2012 8:14:15 p.m.
yeah. Really enjoyed that.
6/06/2012 8:07:34 p.m.
The weather was rainy in my
neck-of-the-woods in Hamilton,
Montana, USA, and thus, wasn't
able to view the phenomena.
I'll be 158 years old when the
next Venus transit occurs on
December 10, 2117.
Unfortunately, I'll probably
be gone long before the dawn
of the 22nd Century.
6/06/2012 7:55:08 p.m.
That definetly tops anything ive ever seen in my lifetime....WOW!
6/06/2012 4:31:35 p.m.
Absolutely amazing. The planet Venus is so small in comparison to the sun.
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