This rare event won't be seen from Earth again until , so we put together this guide on the science behind the sight and how best to observe it yourself. The Mercury transit has ended; read our full story about the event here. The astronomy streaming service Slooh, which provides live views of celestial events from telescopes around the world, will also stream live images of the transit. Currently, these points occur in early May and early November; that's the window of time when Mercury transits could be visible from Earth. Picture the solar system as a cosmic fried egg. There will be plenty of time to enjoy it, however, because the event will last for 5 hours, 28 minutes, 47 seconds, according to Time and Date.
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