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How to watch Mercury’s transit of the sun with just binoculars


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How to watch Mercury’s transit of the sun with just binoculars

On 11 November, the innermost planet of the solar system will make a rare crossing of the face of the sun. Here’s how to see it without expensive kit Technology 6 November 2019 By Abigail Beall NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/SDO/GennaWhat you need Binoculars Tripod Advertisement Cardboard Paper JUST last week we learned how to…

How to watch Mercury’s transit of the sun with just binoculars

On 11 November, the innermost planet of the solar system will make a rare crossing of the face of the sun. Here’s how to see it without expensive kit



Technology



6 November 2019

By Abigail Beall

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NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/SDO/Genna

What you need

Binoculars

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JUST last week we learned how to identify the constellation of Taurus, which starts to pop up in November and can be viewed in the night sky from pretty much anywhere until around March. This week, we are learning about something much more fleeting: the transit of Mercury across the face of the sun.

On 11 November, Mercury, the rocky, crater-covered world that is the closest planet to the sun, will pass in front of our star as …

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