Wow! Take a look at these space-based views of the Mercury transit from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory.
->[NASA] Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) had a seat on the ring on Monday, November 11, 2019, when Mercury crossed the sun until 2032 on the last Mercury transit. The video above shows the sun images of SDO – during the hours of transit ̵
Plus … hey, who knew NASA could be funny?
Q: What did Mercury say when he was asked to stand between the Earth and the Sun?
A: I will exist! ?
We have seen a rare treatment during today's #MercuryTransit that occurs only ~ 13 times a century! Look at the views of our @NASASun observing satellite: https://t.co/Wm7TYlNSeX pic.twitter.com/UqhYHTpAQm
– NASA (@NASA) November 12, 2019
Conclusion: Video of November 11, 2019, Transit of Mercury from the Solar Dynamics Observatory of NASA.
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