Venus Transit Full Report

JUNE 8, 2004 VENUS TRANSIT ACTIVITY IMAGES FROM NISMED

June 8, 2004

Activity Images by Jett Aguilar

 

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ALP Vice President Edmund Rosales is seen here giving some pointers on what to expect when Venus enters the Sun's limb.

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ALP Team NISMED pose for posterity beside UP-NISMED 16" Cassegrain reflector with 8" refractor used by Edmund to project the Sun image to a white board to view the transit.

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A projected view of the Venus Transit across the Sun with the 8" refractor can be seen easily by the group despite stubborn clouds obstructing the observation.

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ALPers wear Solar  glasses brought by Jett Aguilar from US to view the Transit safely.

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A drawing of the Venus Transit from the perception of Jett Aguilar's 6 year old daughter, Julette, when she look through his dad's Nexstar 5i equipped with Baader Solar Filter. The drawing depicts a Venus Transit view through clouds with a telescope.

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Another drawing of the Venus Transit from the perception of Jett Aguilar's 6 year old daughter, Julette, when she looked at the solar projection image from UP-NISMED 8" refractor.

 

For full report of the Venus transit from UP-NISMED , click here.

 

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