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Transit of Venus across the sun’s face
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By June 2012, as Venus leaves the evening sky to enter the morning sky, this brightest of planets will pass right in front of
the sun, to stage one of the rarest of predictable astronomical phenomena: a transit of Venus across the sun’s face.

Read more here: http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials...-june-2012
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cool wanna let it come

its tommorow right?
i really wanna see wish i could see all and not forget it
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on 5th may, or 6th, depends on your timezone; check the link for timezone details
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*june you mean?
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#5
may is already gone lol
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june i mean, yeah, my bad
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I will see it tomorrow at sunset here
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hmmm suns too bright lol
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#9
set the calendar on ur phones. set the alarm.
better yet leave a reminder on chat lol since we all look there
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i done have a phone kamen im a kid maybe lol
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I'll be seeing this tomorrow... time to get my phone ready...
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ramza how old are ya?
i thought u were a kid
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#13
I'm just 14... and by phone, i meant my mom's phone
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may see this.
Quote: Do you hear the Whisper Men The Whisper Men are near
If you hear the Whisper Men then turn away your ears
Do not hear the Whisper Men whatever else you do
For once you've heard the Whisper Men they'll stop. And look at you.
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lucky u orbo
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An interesting event
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My eyes are very sensitive to light... And since my darn sunglasses just broke, I can barely look into the sky, much less even vaguely aim my phone at the darn sun and look at the picture. Feh.
The only reason people get lost in thought is because it's unfamiliar territory.

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The next transit of Venus. Is... After 105 years. That's a fact

Well I saw it a while ago... Just looks like on big white ball with a black spot... >.<
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I read that somewhere. ^ And I don't see what the big deal is, unless you're very sentimental, and you have to see it cause it's not happening for another century. But still you might as well just see it anyway. BRAGGING RIGHTS!
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(06-06-2012, 03:40 PM)SeymourG Wrote: I read that somewhere. ^ And I don't see what the big deal is, unless you're very sentimental, and you have to see it cause it's not happening for another century. But still you might as well just see it anyway. BRAGGING RIGHTS!
It's actually a 'big deal'. If you had the chance to go to a local telescope or watch online previews with the
telescope, it's really amazing.. I honestly don't know how you can be so careless; I didn't imagine anyone
being so obsessed to see this that he'd go blind just to see this.. if for you it's only a regular black spot
then don't even bother to try to see it..

Anyway, it's over so I'll lock this thread
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