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Searched for: LC Classification is Science -- Astronomy -- Descriptive astronomy -- Solar system -- Planets. Planetology -- Inferior planets -- Venus
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This simple animation illustrates how we observe the phases of Venus. As the planet revolves around the Sun, there are times of the year when it is observed completely lit up by the star and times when we only get it's...
Authored by Jurgen Geisen, this site has more than sixty-five Java applets. The interactive resources provide detailed solar and lunar data and the daily and annual path of the sun and moon for any location. More...
This site, a joint effort between the University of Michigan and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), focuses on the planet Venus. Some of the topics discussed include: the atmosphere, interior,...
Periodically the planet Venus passes directly between Earth and the Sun, appearing as a small black dot on the Sun's disk. Since astronomers first became aware of them in 1631, these "transits of Venus" have fascinated...
Authored and curated by David P. Stern, this series of three web pages gives information about the usage of the transit of Venus to measure distances in the solar system. The site also contains a large collection of...
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