On May 9, 2016 Mercury will move across the face of the sun, offering a rare viewing opportunity for professional astronomers and backyard sky watchers alike. The next time this event happens will be Nov. 11, 2019. McClatchy Courtesy of science.nasa.gov
On May 9, 2016 Mercury will move across the face of the sun, offering a rare viewing opportunity for professional astronomers and backyard sky watchers alike. The next time this event happens will be Nov. 11, 2019. McClatchy Courtesy of science.nasa.gov

View today's transit of Mercury at the Powell Observatory

May 05, 2016 11:43 AM