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The Mercury Transit of 2019: The Best Photos from Twitter, Instagram and More



Hey, space fans! The 2019 Mercury Transit is upon us and after months of waiting, it's time for the Skywatching event of the year. This rare event does not reappear until 2032!

Watch it live on Space.com!

Today the planet Mercury will cross the face of the Sun for 5.5 hours, as seen from Earth. Transit. The event starts at 7:34 EST (1534 GMT) and ends at 13:04. EDT (1804 GMT).

You can watch the entire event from start to finish on Space.com, courtesy of Slooh.com. Below are the best pictures from social media. So, scroll down and enjoy the breathtaking photos of the Mercury Transit 2019. We'll update this throughout the transit, so try again!

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Editor's note: Visit Space.com on Monday to see live webcast views of the rare mercury transit of Earth and Outer Space and to fully grasp the celestial event. If you would like to SURE take a photo of the Mercury Transit and share it with Space.com and our news partners for a story or gallery, you can send pictures and comments to senior editor Tariq Malik at spacephotos@space.com. Follow us on Twitter @SpaceTotcom and on Facebook .

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