Venus transits across Sun

Venus transits across Sun

A rare celestial spectacle — transit of Venus — the last for this century, unfolded in the morning sky, enthralling the astro enthusiasts. Venus crosses the Sun’s face as seen from Mexico City. Astronomers around the world trained their telescopes on the skies to watch Venus pass in front of the Sun, a once-in-a-lifetime event that will not be seen for another 105 years.

Venus transits across Sun
Scientists and amateur astronomers alike celebrated the arrival of the transit of Venus, peering up to the skies to watch a dark black spot slide over the surface of the Sun. The Sun rises over the Baltic Sea as the Venus passes in front of the Sun in Kolobrzeg, Poland.
Venus transits across Sun
Venus crossing the Sun as seen in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. People in Asia turned their attention to make sure they caught the rare sight of the transit of Venus.
Venus transits across Sun
The last transit of Venus occurred on June 8, 2004 and was visible across India. Planet Venus, pictured as a black dot (at the left), is seen in transit across the Sun during a break in cloud cover at sunrise in New Delhi.
Venus transits across Sun
The sun rises behind clouds over the Baltic Sea as the Venus (top right) passes in front of the Sun in Kolobrzeg, Poland. People around the world turned their attention to the daytime sky to make sure they caught the sight of the transit of Venus, which won’t be seen for another 105 years.
Venus transits across Sun
Venus (the black dot on left) is pictured as it crosses in front of the Sun as seen from Beijing. Astronomers around the world trained their telescopes on the skies to watch Venus pass in front of the Sun, a once-in-a-lifetime event that will not be seen for another 105 years
Venus Solar Transist 2012 DataDiary
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