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Venus Transit
Department of Physics
NC A&T State University
June 8 2004
Local Time 5:30AM to 8:10 AM

There are periodic astronomical events that could never be observed by any human alive today. One of these is the transit of Venus on June 8, 2004.  On this day half our globe will be able to watch the tiny black dot of the planet Venus moving across the disc of the sun. Given a cloudless sky, all you'll need is asun filter to follow the spectacle for several hours by your naked eyes


SAFTEY: DON'T LOOK AT THE SUN DIRECTLY


How to view Venus Transit Safely

WEBCAST FROM GREECE

SUN EARTH DAY: Join us
 

Lots of information at

Trnasit of Venus: DePaul University

Message from Montgomery College

2004 and 2012 Transits of Venus

Transit Contact Times for Cities Around the World
 

Planetary Transit Frequently Asked Questions
 

[QUIZ on the TRANSIT][Answers to Quiz] [Background ][Astronomy Trivia]

 http://sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse/transit/TV2004.html
Pertinent data, such as sunrise times, contact times, and maps of the visibility zone; from Fred Espena

The Venus Transit Animation: Click on the picture below

Venus transit for students and teachers

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