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Orpington Astronomical Society - Transit of Venus 2004
www.chocky.demon.co.uk/oas/venus.html
Description of the event, explanation of timing, illustrations including "black drop effect".
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Internet Project - Transit of Venus
agnes.dida.physik.uni-essen.de/~backhaus/VenusProject.htm
Invites students, teachers, and amateur astronomers to participate in studies of the transit of 2004.
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Transits of Mercury and Venus
www.rasnz.org.nz/Transits.htm
Brief description of the upcoming transits, with information about visibility in Australia and New Zealand.
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Telescopes Aim at Mercury
news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/2994347.stm
BBC News article anticipating the 2003 transit. keywords: online, world, uk, service, international, foreign, british
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Transit of Mercury Live images
home.freeuk.com/dgstrange/transit.mercury.2003/
Webcam announcement from Worth Hill Observatory in the UK. keywords: venus, uranus, sun, strange, starlight, star, saturn, pluto, planets, planet
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Planetary Transits Across the Sun
sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse/transit/transit.html
NASA/Goddard page with explanations and photographs. Includes detailed information about upcoming events and some history. keywords: venus, mercury
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Transit of Venus
www.transitofvenus.org
Safety, viewing techniques, FAQ, and historic expeditions pertaining to this June 8, 2004 event. keywords: transitvenus, sun, observing, links, james, introduction, home, hands, cook, activities
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Venus Transit 2004
www.vt-2004.org/
Describes the VT-2004 project that is related to this celestial event and which aims at transforming curiosity into knowledge and interest in science through a broad set of actions. It has been launched by the European Southern Observatory (ESO) and the European Association for Astronomy Education (EAAE), together with the Institut de Mécanique Céleste et de Calcul des Éphémérides (IMCCE) and the Observatoire de Paris in France, as well as the Astronomical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. keywords: vlti, vlt, universe, telescopes, suedsternwarte, stars, silla, planets, paranal, ntt
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The Next Transits of Venus
www.astronomy.org.gg/venustransitsa.htm
Brief description with diagrams of the 2004 and 2012 transits as seen from Guernsey.
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Venus Transit 2004
www.eso.org/outreach/eduoff/edu-prog/catchastar/casreports-2004/rep-118/
The European Southern Observatory describes and invites participation in a project to reenact the determination of the solar parallax using a transit of Venus. keywords: vlti, vlt, universe, telescopes, suedsternwarte, stars, silla, planets, paranal, ntt
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Sun-Earth Day 2004 Venus Transit
sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/sunearthday/2004/index_vthome.htm
Information and resources for students, educators, museums, scientists and amateur astronomers. Animations, facts, graphs, maps, historical articles, and pointers to webcasts and other ways to view the transit.
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