The 11 November 2019 Mercury transit : online observing session
Next 11 November 2019, the sky will offer us a truly spectacular and rare astronomical event: a transit of planet Mercury in front of the Sun. The Virtual Telescope will share it live, online: join us from the comfort of your home!
The 11 Nov. 2019 Mercury transit is a rare astronomical event: the next one will be in 2032. The Virtual Telescope Project will bring this stunning cosmic event to you in real time, online, thanks to the most modern technologies, with the live comment by the astrophysicist Gianluca Masi, the inventor and manager of the Virtual Telescope Project.
Thanks to us, not only you can see this marvelous show no matter where you are on the globe, but you will do this with full safety: never forget that observing the Sun, even by naked eye, is extremely dangers, as you can permanently damage your sight.
The live, free coverage is scheduled for 11 Nov. 2019, starting at 12:30 UT.
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