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Topic in Depth - Transit of Venus

The Transit of Venus is similar to a solar eclipse, where -- from the perspective on Earth -- Venus passes in front of the Sun. This event does not happen very often. In fact, no one alive had witnessed this phenomenon until June of 2004, and these sites detail that experience.
The Rarest Eclipse: Transit of...
The transit of Venus across the disk of the sun is a rare astronomical event that has transfixed astronomers for centuries. June 8, 2004 marked the last...
The 1882 Transit of Venus:...
The transit of Venus is a rare astronomical event that has been well documented throughout history. The most recent transit occurred in June of 2004, and the...
The Universe in the Classroom
From dark matter to the transit of Venus, "The University in the Classroom" has all the astronomical bases covered for educators. This electronic educational...



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