May 9, 2016 has finally come around and so people will now be looking for the Mercury Transit Times in their country. Not only that, but they may also wish to know where they will be able to watch a live stream seeing as though most of us do not have the right protection or a high-powered telescope to be able to view it safely and easily.
In order to find out the Mercury Transit 2016 exact time for Monday, then you are best to head here, where you will see a search box to the right of the video. All you then need to do is enter your city or country and you will then be given a start time, when it will be nearest the Sun’s center and finally, the end time. Going back to that video, this will give you an idea of what the 2016 Mercury Transit will approximately look like from London, or any other place that you have searched.
NASA transit of Mercury 2016 – As you would imagine, NASA has full coverage of Mercury passing the Sun, and also shows you its projected path across that big firing ball in space.
This planetary transit only happens every tens years, and so this could be the last time for some people, so you might wish to watch the Mercury transit 2016 live on the NASA website.
We suspect that NASA could have a few issues with their servers later, and if this was to happen, then you could always head over to Slooh instead, as they will also be covering this ten-year event.
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