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The Transit of Venus!


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so who will be seeing this as it happens?!?!



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Best video ever. I love the detail they go into. We got about 20 hours until it starts here. Dad has a pretty fancy telescope and filters :P

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lucky you, i do not know how im going to view this yet but i still got a while to figure that out.

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I guess I'll watch it on NASA's website if I don't happen to miss it. :P I don't have a telescope or those glasses and I'm not gonna go out and buy either so that's about all I have.

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man the weather here will not allow me to actually see it happen!! :(

oh well guess i'll have to watch it on nasa or something.

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I guess I'll watch it on NASA's website if I don't happen to miss it. :P I don't have a telescope or those glasses and I'm not gonna go out and buy either so that's about all I have.

^This.
Also weather might get in the way, so not much of a choice.

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Yeah, overcast here. I guess we will watch it online.

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As usual Perth had the worstest viewing since the whole freakin day was cloudy and foggy. LOL

So much for the transit of venus. I will watch the next one in 105 years xD

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As usual Perth had the worstest viewing since the whole freakin day was cloudy and foggy. LOL

So much for the transit of venus. I will watch the next one in 105 years xD


Australia, the sun burnt country only when you do not want it to be.

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Yep that's true LOL, load of crap. Apparently there was a mini tornado over here in Perth. Pretty crazy.

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There was an earthquake in Tamworth earlier tonight. Bit before 2200 I think. People at work were complaining about it, too many people calling 000 for no reason!

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Oh wow lol, good thing I never witnessed an earthquake here and thats good. I have my computer on all the time, I don't think it be good with all the shaking.

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Felt a little one in Japan, was fun.

Did anyone get photos? Telescope + digital camera gets some amazing things whrn you can connect it right. A heavy UV filter and presto!

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