Venus Passes in Front of Sun

Thousands around the world had their eyes glued to the sky yesterday, for a view of one of rarest astronomical events of the century - Venus moving across the Sun. While not as dramatic as a solar eclipse, the transit created a lot of interest because no one alive today has seen it - the last time it happened was 122 years ago. And unlike a solar eclipse by the Moon that is over in two or three minutes, Venus transit went on for hours. The six-hour event was visible from Europe, north...

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