Transit of Mercury will be visible this morning
SPOKANE, Wash. — It is an event that happens only about a dozen times a century.
According to NASA, the Transit of Mercury will be visible Monday from 4:35 a.m. until 10:04 a.m. This event is when Mercury passes directly in front of the sun, a journey that only takes it a few hours.
It goes without saying, but we will say it anyway – use eye protection! Hopefully you still have your cool shades from the total solar eclipse back in 2017.
TRANSIT OF MERCURY: Tomorrow from 4:35 a.m. to 10:04 a.m. PST, you can catch the Transit of Mercury! This is when Mercury passes directly in front of the Sun for a few hours, and it only happens about 13 times in a century! Will you be watching? pic.twitter.com/JIR1z1RwQK
— Katerina Chryssafis (@kchryssafis) November 11, 2019
If not, be extra super careful, and enjoy the amazing sights of our solar system!
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