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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Clouds blocking your view of the transit? NASA EDGE live Webcast @ Mauna Kea, Hawaii

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Live Venus Transit Webcasts

NASA is proud to bring you multiple ways to view this historic astronomical event. Use the map below, or the list to the left, to choose a live event. Not all events take place at the same time, and not all events will run through the entirety of the Venus Transit. So if your favorite location is not live at a certain time, enjoy some of the other webcasts and check back often.

The primary Sun-Earth Day webcast is being hosted by NASA EDGE in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. This webcast event will run through the entirety of the transit of venus, beginning at 9:45pm UTC (11:45am local Hawaiian time or 5:45pm EST). You can view NASA EDGE's webcast by finding Hawaii on the google map below, or clicking on the NASA Edge Logo.

Click for maps, live streams, info: venustransit.nasa.gov