Transit of Venus Answered
This evening was the last chance to see a transit of Venus in our lifetimes. The next one won't be for another 100 years.
It was 100 degrees (~37 celcius) and we had storm clouds, but the clouds parted and I saw it!!!! The hastily thrown together viewers worked and we knew it was Venus instead of dirt on the lens because the little black dot moved. I took pictures of my set-up, but the macro feature on the camera was malfunctioning so no pictures of venus crossing the sun disc.
Anyone else get to see it?