1. Mercury transit 2019: When and where to watch  National Geographic
  2. Mercury Transit 2019: How to Find an Event Near You  Space.com
  3. Rare transit of Mercury to take place on 11 November  Phys.Org
  4. Planet Mercury Sun event to be visible from France The planet Mercury is to pass in  The Connexion
  5. Mercury will cross the face of the sun. Here's how to watch safely  CBC.ca
  6. View full coverage on Google News
On November 11, the innermost planet will sail across the solar disk in an event that won't repeat for another 13 years.On November 11, the innermost planet will sail across the solar disk in an event that won't repeat for another 13 years.

Mercury transit 2019: When and where to watch

Be very careful if you want to see the planet Mercury making its transit across the face of the sun. Experts say you can suffer serious vision loss if you don’t take the proper precautions.

Rare ‘Mercury transit’ is coming soon, and looking at it can damage your eyes - nj.com

On Monday (11 Nov. 2019) Mercury will pass in front of the face of the Sun, an event that won't happen again until 2032.On Monday (11 November, 2019) a rare and delightful event will occur: a transit of Mercury across the face of the Sun. During the transit, Mercury will appear as a tiny black dot slowly making its

Bad Astronomy | Watch a rare transit of Mercury across the Sun on Monday

“Don't Miss Monday's Rare Transit of Mercury - Sky & Telescope https://t.co/iQFfAQGDB9”

Jim Cantore on Twitter: "Don't Miss Monday's Rare Transit of Mercury - Sky & Telescope https://t.co/iQFfAQGDB9"

“To watch the transit of Mercury, the best course would be to use the solar filters for binoculars/telescopes/cameras, available via links from this page. Thanks to @ScottWx_TWN @BadAstronomer @MikeAWB et al. for setting me straight: https://t.co/k05zsHc4Pr”

Alan Boyle on Twitter: "To watch the transit of Mercury, the best course would be to use the solar filters for binoculars/telescopes/cameras, available via links from this page. Thanks to @ScottWx_TWN @BadAstronomer @MikeAWB et al. for setting me straight: https://t.co/k05zsHc4Pr"

“A Transit Of Mercury Told Us The Scale Of The Universe via @forbes https://t.co/Sx2oq7LPoy”

Tim McGill on Twitter: "A Transit Of Mercury Told Us The Scale Of The Universe via @forbes https://t.co/Sx2oq7LPoy… "

“"The Transit of Mercury it happens ~13 times every century. Conveniently for you, one of those times is Monday, November 11th." https://t.co/BZnoRjhprd via @claire_lampen @Gothamist”

Kate Hinds on Twitter: ""The Transit of Mercury it happens ~13 times every century. Conveniently for you, one of those times is Monday, November 11th." https://t.co/BZnoRjhprd via @claire_lampen @Gothamist"

If you want to watch the Mercury transit on Monday (Nov. 11) but don't have the proper equipment, you can still find a viewing event near you. Here's how.

Mercury Transit 2019: How to Find an Event Near You | Space

Planet Mercury Sun event to be visible from FranceThe planet Mercury is to pass in front of the Sun early next week, in a rare sight that will be partly visible from mainland France.

Planet Mercury Sun event to be visible from France

A rare transit of Mercury will take place on 11 November, when the smallest planet in our Solar System will pass directly between the Earth and the Sun. The last time this happened was in 2016, and the ...

Rare transit of Mercury to take place on 11 November

A rare event will take place on Monday — Mercury will pass in front of the sun, an event called a "transit" that will be visible across the country, should the weather comply.A rare event will take place on Monday — Mercury will pass in front of the sun, an event called a "transit" that will be visible across the country, should the weather comply.

The Sun produces a lot of energy called solar energy. Australia gets 20,000 times more energy from the Sun each day than we do from oil, gas and coal. This solar energy will continue for as long as the Sun lives, which is another 5 billion years....The Sun produces a lot of energy called solar energy. Australia gets 20,000 times more energy from the Sun each day than we do from oil, gas and coal. This solar energy will continue for as long as the Sun lives, which is another 5 billion years....

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