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September 21 2012

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"Nie widziałam cię już od miesiąca.

I nic. Jestem może bledsza,

Trochę śpiąca, trochę bardziej milcząca,

Lecz widać można żyć bez powietrza." 

— Maria Pawlikowska - Jasnorzewska
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Transit of Venus 2012 in Hydrogen-Alpha by Chris Warren (UK)

In previous centuries, careful observations of transits of Venus were used to make the first accurate measurement of the distance between the Earth and the Sun. Expeditions were sent out around the globe to ensure that at least some observers would avoid the curse of cloudy skies. This image, taken from London in 2012, sums up the anxious excitement of transit chasers throughout history: miss it and you may have to wait more than a century until the next one!

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Venus-Jupiter Close Conjunction by Laurent Laveder (France)

The conjunction of Venus and Jupiter, when the two bright planets appeared conspicuously close together in the sky, was one of the astronomical highlights of 2012. Their apparent closeness was an optical illusion – Jupiter was in fact millions of kilometres further away than Venus. This picture also nicely demonstrates a stargazing tip: astronomers often use red torches to find their way about in the dark as these help to preserve their night vision.

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Lost in Yosemite [C 033706] by Steven Christenson (USA)

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