Monday, May 7, 2012

Transit of Venus will Be visible on June 5-6, 2012

One of the most rare moments at the sky sky is the transit of Venus. The beautiful neighbor  planet of the Earth,  Venus will appear like a dot in the sky of the earth because it will pan across the face of the Sun.

According from the expert, Unless your planing to live another more than hundred years , be sure to watch the daytime sky  at the beginning of June.  Because on exactly  June 5 and 6, The once-in-a-lifetime event will last for about six hours on both days and will not occur again until the year 2117.

This rare event will be more likely visible into such places like

Northwestern North America
Western Pacific
Northern Asia
Eastern China
Eastern Australia
New Zealand

The Sun sets while the transit is still in progress from:
Most of North America
The Caribbean
Northwest South America

The transit is already in progress at sunrise for observers in:
Central Asia
Middle East
Eastern Africa

No portion of the transit will be visible from:

Southern Spain
Western Africa
Southeastern 2/3 of South America

Before anything else, Please be sure to know the safest way to view the transit of Venus.

Observing the Sun directly without filters can cause a temporary or permanent loss of  sight, as it can damage or destroy retinal cells.and one of the safest way is the use of telescope and binocular. You can also use as an alternative is a black and white film that will lessen the direct i mpact of  sunlight into our  naked eyes.

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