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Webcast on Transit of Venus

 

 

The webcast has completed.  Thanks for viewing.  Here are some splendid photos captured during the webcast:

 

Photos taken by staff of the Hong Kong Observatory at Cape D'Aguilar during the transit of Venus on 6 June 2012. As shown, the silhouette of Venus, appearing as a dark dot, moved across the sun's disc.

 


 

(Please click on the following photo to enlarge.)

 

Hong Kong Space Museum / Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong Space Museum / Tsim Sha Tsui

Hong Kong Space Museum / Sai Kung
Hong Kong Space Museum / Sai Kung

Hong Kong Observatory / Southern District
Hong Kong Observatory / Southern District

Ho Koon Nature Education cum Astronomical Centre / Tsuen Wan
Ho Koon Nature Education cum Astronomical Centre / Tsuen Wan

 

 

Other Webcasts of this Transit of Venus:
 
 

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Internet Observatory of China (Shanghai)
 

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National Aeronatuics and Space Administration (NASA) / Exploratorium (Hawaii)
 

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Columbus State University (Mongolia, Australia, Georgia of U.S.A., Utah of U.S.A.)
 

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SLOOH

 


 

Related Web Pages
 
 

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A Simulation of the Transit of Venus (YouTube channel of the Hong Kong Space Museum)
 

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Partial lunar eclipse and rare transit of Venus in Hong Kong in June (Press Release)
 

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Transit of Venus web page of the Hong Kong Observatory
 

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YouTube channel of the Hong Kong Observatory
 

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Transit of Venus web page of the Hong Kong Space Museum
 

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YouTube channel of the Hong Kong Space Museum
 

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Transit of Venus web page of Ho Koon Nature Education cum Astronomical Centre

 

 

 

Last revision date: <20 Dec 2012>