NASA just released these new images of Mars which were taken by a Pancam on a Mars Exploration Rover over a period of 5 months. The photo above is is made up of 817 photos. Click HERE for more information.
Venus will cross its midpoint on the sun’s disc around 6:25 p.m. PDT. In the continental United States, the show will end at sunset, but Venus will continue to be visible on the sun’s disc until roughly 10 p.m. PDT westward. That means places like Alaska, Hawaii, Asia, Australia, eastern Africa and all but the western edge of Europe will get to see the planet exit the sun’s disc. _ Source