Transit of Venus

Transit of Venus

1631 to the Present

Book - 2011
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"Every so often, the planet Venus does something remarkable. Iits orbit brings it to a point directly between the Sun and the Earth, where it appears to us as a black dot moving across the bright disc of the Sun. This transit of Venus is rare, occurring in pairs eight years apart and then not for more than a hundred years; it has fascinated astronomers for centuries."--Introduction.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : The Experiment Publishing, c2011
Edition: First North American edition
ISBN: 9781615190553
1615190554
Branch Call Number: 523.92 LOMB
QB509 .L66 2012
Characteristics: 228 p. : ill. ; 23 cm

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