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Catch these amazing views of Venus crossing the sun - Cosmic Log

Handout image courtesy of NASA shows the planet Venus at the start of its transit of the Sun, June REUTERS-NASA-AIA-Solar Dynamics Observatory-Handout

venus - the only planet spinning anticlockwise

Venus - planet from the sun; orbit = Earth days, rotates (clockwise, unlike the other planets) once ever 243 Earth days; no moons; brightest natural object in the night sky after the moon.

Wicca by Lumen Radio: Prendere il sole dopo un tumore

Wicca by Lumen Radio: Prendere il sole dopo un tumore

Mind = Blown / A Mind-Bending Look At The “Hubble Ultra Deep Field” Photo Of The Universe [9gag - Space]

Mind = Blown

Our God is an awesome God . He reigns from heaven above . with wisdom power and love . our God is an awesome God!

Venus

VENUS: Diameter = mi, distance to the Sun = closest 67 M-mi /greatest 68 M-mi, distance to Earth = closest 25 M-mi. One Rotation takes = 243 Earth Days. One Orbit around the Sun takes = Earth Days.

Wowwwwwwww! "La mejor foto de la Tierra jamas tomada!" :D

High-Resolution Image From Electro-L Satellite Shows Planet In Single Shot: The amazing zoomable photo and video below, shot by Russian weather satellite Electro-L, are derived from the the highest resolution images ever taken of Earth.

From 1996, this is one of the best images we have of Venus. The dark spots are meteorite impacts, and that big light section right in the center is Ovda Regio, a massive mountain range. See our favorite pics of every planet: http://pops.ci/10klLdP

From this is one of the best images we have of Venus. The dark spots are meteorite impacts, and that big light section right in the center is Ovda Regio, a massive mountain range. See our favorite pics of every planet:

New Wonderful Photos: Solar Eclipse as Seen From Earth’s Orbit

Solar eclipse, as seen from Earth’s orbit, amazing how the universe works

For all, it was surely a once-in-a-lifetime chance to view the planet Venus as it made its transit past the sun these past two days within view of millions of people on Earth. The last Venus transit was in 2004, and the next pair of events will not happen again until the years 2117 and 2125

Transit of Venus

Composite image provided by NASA. SDO satellite captures the path sequence of the transit of Venus across the face of the sun at on June as seen from space.

A dark hole hundreds of times bigger than the Earth has been spotted on the surface of the sun. A photo of the enormous "coronal hole" (below) was snapped by a camera aboard NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory on Jan. 1, 2015.

Super-Colossal Hole Spotted On Sun As New Year Begins

The Sun - This image, captured on Jan. 2015 by the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) instrument on NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, shows an enormous coronal hole near the south pole.

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