The first "glory" rainbow ever seen on another planet has been spotted on Venus, revealing new clues about the planet's atmospheric composition.
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In a spectacular once-in-a-lifetime celestial event, the world watched as Venus passed by the sun.Crave collects some unique and stunning shots of the rare occurrence.
The second closest planet to the sun made for a spectacular shadowy show that tickled astronomers around the world this week. Crave corrals some truly extraordinary and unique images from the once-in-a-lifetime event.
At the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, hundreds gather to watch Venus pass between the Earth and the sun, which won't happen again until 2117.
To view the rare celestial event today, which starts around 2 p.m. PT, watch a live feed, get the app, or use special glasses.
It won't happen again for 105 years, so pay attention: on Tuesday, you can see Venus traverse the sun. And a new app called VenusTransit can help you record this "last such opportunity in our lifetimes."
June 5 and 6 will be the last opportunity this century to see the planet Venus as a little black dot moving across the solar disc -- a rare event with a long, important history in astronomy.
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