The Best Way To Safely View Venus Passing Between The Sun And The Earth

Courtesy of listener Trevor.  This kid is so cool.  Fully punking the nerd in the Shrek mask.

“South Korean primary school students wearing masks with solar viewers watch Venus passing between the Sun and the Earth at the Gwacheon National Science Museum in Gwacheon, south of Seoul, June 6, 2012. One of the rarest astronomical events occurs on Wednesday when Venus passes directly between the sun and Earth, a transit that won’t occur again until 2117.”

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