As per reports, it has been revealed that on June 5, Venus will pass between the Earth and the Sun. Experts said that the sight will be visible at majority of the places across the world.
It will be going to be a spectacular view, which is not going to take place for next two decades, so experts have advised that people should not miss the opportunity. It has been found that number of schools and museums are going to host Venus viewing festivities, which will give a chance that might not will available for a very long time.
Experts said that the event will start occurring from Tuesday and will be at its best on the next day. Tuesday will be the best time for people living in Western Hemisphere and Wednesday will be the best time for people living in Eastern Hemisphere.
Astronomer Anthony Cook of the Griffith Observatory was of the view that people living in United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and the northern part of South America will be able to see the event before sun set. However, people living in Europe, western and central Asia, eastern Africa and Western Australia, will be able to see after the sun set.
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