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Mercury is about to travel across the sun for the last time until 2032. Here's how to watch the rare transit.

Business Insider Friday, 8 November 2019
Mercury is about to travel across the sun for the last time until 2032. Here's how to watch the rare transit.· Mercury will glide across our view of the sun on November 11. The transit won't happen again until 2032. 
· To watch, you'll need a telescope or binoculars equipped with a certified solar filter to protect your eyes from damage. Don't ever look directly at the sun.
· Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming...
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How to Watch Mercury's Rare Transit Across the Sun 01:03

We're about to get a rare visual treat, Mercury passing in front of the sun. You won’t want to miss it, NASA says it only happens about 13 times every 100 years and the next time it’ll be visible again from North America is in 2049.

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