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Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Until last week, never seen by human eyes:
Last week, the Mars Science Lab's rover, Curiosity, photographed the planet Mercury transiting the face of the Sun.
This is the first transit of the sun by a planet observed from any planet other than Earth, and also the first imaging of Mercury from Mars.
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