Ecliptic Times

Just one thing (or 3).   A Solar, Lunar en Venus Transit, all in 3 weeks total.  Pretty rare combo.  Here’s some astronomical links, just because those posts got a little buried…

(The Next Solar Eclipse, by the way, will be on November 13, 2012, visible from Northern Australia.  See Wikipedia, HERE.)

  • Then, Monday, June 4, 2012:  Partial Lunar Eclipse.  Visible in Boulder/Denver, Colorado in the very early morning from approximately 4 am until its Maximum eclipse at about 5 am (MDT).  By the time the Eclipse is over, around 6 am MDT, it will already have set behind the horizon.
  • On the Venus Transit (Venus passing in front of the Sun as a little dot):  on June 5 or 6, 2012 (depending where you are), see:  http://www.transitofvenus.org/.
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