Hope some of you caught the Venus transit today, an event in which the planet travels across the face of the sun, appearing as a small, moving dot on its surface from observers on Earth. Don’t worry, if you missed it though – the next one is only in 100 years or so. I woke up pretty excited to catch it on film, or at least image it through a piece of paper or burnt glass – instead I got this. Oh, well at least some folks have been a lot luckier than me or some other ZME readers, and caught some incredible frames of the Venus transit.
Click on the photos for a magnified view.
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