Hey guys, Dont forget to try to get a glimpse of this! If any of you are lucky enough to have your eclipse viewing glasses a bit early them check out this extremely rare phenomena; the transit of Venus.
A little black mole will grace the face of Sun at the crack of dawn on June 6. However, the mole is not a mere symbol of beauty, it is Venus – the Goddess of beauty. The rarity of the event could be assessed from the fact that people alive today would never get a second chance to view it again. Reason: transit of Venus is among the rarest of predictable astronomical phenomenon and currently occurs in a pattern that repeats after every 243 years. The transit takes place in pairs, which are 8 years away from each other and separated by long gaps of 121.5 years and 105.5 years – a pattern which repeats after 243 years.
So if you have a pair of eclipse glasses, getting ready for the big event in November, then this is a MUST. Rarer than Halleys comet!