On June 5, people around the world will be able to watch a rare event as Venus transits the Sun. Transits of Venus are among the rarest of predictable celestial phenomena and occur in pairs eight years apart, the last transit occured in June 2004 and the next pair of transits will occur in December 2117 and December 2125. So if you don't watch now, you're goning to be out of luck! :-)
But, as luck would have it, you can watch it from your computer. On June 5, NASA will be broadcasting the entire event live from the observatory on Mauna Kea Hawaii. According to NASA, "This location will give a wonderful view of the entire transit with little chance of cloud cover to a worldwide audience."
You can add this link to your favorites (or bookmarks) andview the live broadcast from this link: Live Webcast from Mauna Kea, Hawaii
You can get more information by following this link to NASA's website for this event: http://sunearthday.gsfc.nasa.gov/transitofvenus/
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