How The Last Transit of Venus in Our Lifetime Will Help Find Other Planets

Jun 04, 2012 by

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Tomorrow, skywatchers the world over will look up to behold a strange sight witnessed just seven times in the past five centuries. The last transit of Venus until 2117 is an occasion for astronomical celebration and historic import — we’ll be watching something the greatest astronomers of any age have traveled the world to see.

How The Last Transit of Venus in Our Lifetime Will Help Find Other Planets

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