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Venus Won't Pass Between Us and The Sun For Over Another 105 Years

Venus Passing between us and the Sun visible across N. America tomorrow at sunset for Reno.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-11386_3-57447155-76/venus-transit-app-lets-users-track-the-planets-rare-voyage/

None of us will live to see the next transit :-(

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themoose644 years ago
I saw this happen. Those of us who are invincible with see it again, Like me :)
iceng (author)  themoose644 years ago
Remember the rest of us when you do see it again.

While it may be seen sooner from a future Mars colony...

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Kiteman4 years ago
None of us will live to see the next transit :-(

Now that's just being defeatist!
iceng (author)  Kiteman4 years ago
No witty comeback,
regrettably the label sticks.
Watching today's solar track.
Defeatism is only for hicks.
Sunrise tomorrow is a happy fact.

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Goodhart iceng4 years ago
"I" plan on being there IF they get my Cylon body built in time :-D
iceng (author)  Goodhart4 years ago
I know an older EE turned blogger mystic who knows about a off-world being that rejuvenated you back to age 22 every 55years :-)

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Goodhart iceng4 years ago
Well, I'd like to take the "grow your own orgins" technology, and that grow your own cloths technology and just grow back what wears out LOL
Kiteman iceng4 years ago
Apparently the best time to see the transit from the UK is 04:30 local time.

Add that to a forecast of grey skies and showers, I think I'll look at the results of the experts later in the day...
As with every celestial event... we have rain in the forecast... ;-(
Yes we seem to have the same problem here.....almost as if it were planned that way....I haven't seen a meteor shower....ever. :-(
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