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All eyes on Venus

Telescopes around the world – and in space – will be aimed at the Sun today to catch the rare astronomical event of a transit of Venus. Our planetary neighbour only crosses in front of the Sun (from the viewpoint of Earth, that is) twice every 120 years or so.  The last time this happened was in 2004; it won’t happen again until 2117. 

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