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Next month we will be the last people living today to witness one of the rarest astronomical events: the transit of Venus. If it’s not cloudy, we need do no more than draw back our curtains on June 6 to see the brightest star of the night transformed into a tiny black dot crossing the face of the sun. But astronomers in the 18th Century travelled thousands of miles and risked their lives to witness this precious sight. Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...
Originally posted by GBP/JPY
I can't figure out how venus will move 40 degrees in 20 days......
Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by W3RLIED2
Venus is a craft. I know this. Our star is a construct/technology too. And it worries me alot, for what they have coded to this whole year relates to revelations 9 11.
All the stars are connected, via strips, and to the great central star, which is the Gateway to Home/Beyond.
edit on 14-5-2012 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)
The whole thing is insane.
Originally posted by Boomstix
Looking forward to this event. I have just ordered myself some baader astro film to make up a filter for my 12" dobsonian. Question for any of you astro buffs out there. I will have enough film for a full aperture filter but i have seen a lot of people using only small ones like 1/4 aperture. I will only be doing visual ovbservation so what Im asking is will I get better view from a full aperture filter or from the smaller one?
Originally posted by Zarniwoop
Not a photo, but, I’m going to try this neat little pinhole viewer trick in June
Cool thread from March…
I've held a planet's shadow in my hand. How you can too