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Fotogalleri: Venus-passagen verden rundt

epa03250970 Indian people get a glimpse of the transit of Venus with solar goggles in Bangalore, India, 06 June 2012. The second planet of the solar system Venus is seen in India as a tiny black dot traversing the face of the Sun. During transits, Venus, Earth, and the sun line up in space, causing Venus to appear as a black dot against the disc of the Sun. Transits of Venus are truly rare as a pair of such event occurs every 105.5 or 121.5 years. The last event occurred in June 2004, and the next will occur in December 2117. EPA/JAGADEESH NV
Foto: JAGADEESH NV/Scanpix Denmark

Fotogalleri: Venus-passagen verden rundt

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Over hele verden har øjnene været rettet mod solen i nat. Se de sjove billeder her.