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Catch Venus's voyage across sun while you can
Monday, 06.04.2012, 09:35pm (GMT)
Tuesday's transit of Venus will be your last chance to see our nearest planetary neighbour traverse across the sun in a rare celestial event that won't happen again for more than a century.
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