A great video of the Transit of Venus.

I feel dreadful from this cold.  But this was cool enough to clear my head for a few seconds.

A great video of the Transit of Venus.


There are lots of other great videos of the Transit out there now.  Take a look at that rare event.

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  1. ContraMundum says:

    Also cool: Cassini is going to try to observe a transit of Venus from Saturn.

  2. off2 says:

    Thank you, Father. Have been looking for one like that all day.

    Was interested to see the Sun’s surface seething behind the third run.

    Heal, Sir Priest!

  3. Frank H says:

    Thanks! It was cloudy in my neck of the woods and I was unable to vie it in “real time”.

  4. irishgirl says:

    What a cool video!
    Venus looked like a bowling ball as it passed in front of the sun!
    ‘The heavens are telling the glory of God’ (to quote Haydn’s ‘Creation’)

  5. Random Friar says:

    Sic transit gloria Veni.

  6. Acanthaster says:

    The Sun…is huge…

    Great video!

  7. SKAY says:

    Thanks so much, Father. Great video.
    Hope you feel better soon.

  8. RichardC says:

    Neat video. Thanks.

  9. RichR says:

    We here in College Station are in the middle of a double coincidence. Not only did we heave the Venus fly-by, but the ISS is flying visible 13 times during this week alone!

  10. Filipino Melkite says:

    Sic transit gloria Veni.

    Try, “Sic transit gloria Veneris.

    Regardless, wonderful video, Pater reverende!

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