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ferguson transit venus sketchRare Transit of Venus Puts Spotlight on Planetary Sun Crossings
Past planetary transits have offered a rare chance to size up the solar system.

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Much of the world will be able to witness a rare skywatching event on June 5, as Venus crosses the face of the sun in a spectacle that will not be visible again for more than a century. But for anyone who is not able to see the so-called transit of Venus in person, there are other ways to catch the historic event. Our 12-inch scale model of Venus is based on radar data from the Magellan orbiter. Contains all the major landforms and is color-coded for elevation. Check it out!
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