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Scientists will be able to look at Earth On the rare event, which will not happen again before 2032, see closer Planets of the Solar System to ground.

And spins Mercury Around the sun In different paths from Earth, the small planet's occurrence between the Earth and the Sun is a unique astronomical event, where Mercury is visible from Earth as a small point, appearing as little as 0.5 percent of the size of the Sun.

According to the US Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), The "The sky will offer an excellent display on November 11, when Mercury crosses in front of the sun", Where it can be seen from the ground.

She added "NASA": "From our point of view on Earth, we cannot see Mercury and Venus intersect before the sun. So it's a rare event you won't want to miss".

Almost everywhere on Earth, humans will be able to follow the tiny black spot, moving slowly through the sun's disk, but astronomers recommend using protective equipment so that the eyes do not get hurt.

Unlike crossing Venus, where the planet appears large enough to be seen with the naked eye, Mercury is so small that you will need binoculars or a telescope with a sun filter to see it.

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Scientists will be able to look from the Earth at the rare event, which will not happen again until 2032, and see the closest planets of the solar system to Earth.

Mercury orbits the Sun in different paths from Earth, so the small planet's occurrence between the Earth and the Sun is a unique astronomical event.

According to NASA, "the sky will provide an excellent display on November 11, when Mercury crosses in front of the sun," where it can be seen from the Earth.

"From our point of view on Earth, we can't see Mercury and Venus intersecting in front of the sun. So it's a rare event you won't want to miss."

Almost everywhere on Earth, humans will be able to follow the tiny black spot, moving slowly through the sun's disk, but astronomers recommend using protective equipment so that the eyes do not get hurt.

Unlike crossing Venus, where the planet appears large enough to be seen with the naked eye, Mercury is so small that you will need binoculars or a telescope with a sun filter to see it.

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