As Venus glides past the Earth

In a rare planetary spectacle that happens just twice in 105 years, planet Venus transits between the Earth and the Sun, appearing as a black dot on the surface of the Sun, on June 6, 2012. The event lured huge crowds to beaches and planetariums around the world

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