SAFE PUBLIC VIEWING OF RARE

ASTRONOMICAL EVENT

WITH 4.5-INCH REFLECTOR TELESCOPE AT

MT. LEBANON PUBLIC LIBRARY

16 Castle Shannon Boulevard near Washington Road

(South Hills, Pittsburgh PA)

TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 2012

6:04 – 8:30 p.m. (Best View: 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.) EDT

 

So long as clouds do not block the Sun!



Transit of Planet Venus Across Front of Sun

Will Not Be Seen Again Until Year 2117 !



WARNING: NEVER look directly at the Sun, a solar eclipse, or a solar transit of a planet with a telescope, binoculars, or any optical device unless you have special training and special equipment to do so safely. Otherwise, this would cause PERMANENT BLINDNESS INSTANTLY!



MORE INFO: < venustransit@planetarium.cc > or 412-561-7876.



Co-Sponsored by –

Friends of the Zeiss -- Ten-year old non-profit organization with the mission to promote the history and preservation of the historic equipment, artifacts, and building of Pittsburgh’s original Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, including the Zeiss II Planetarium Projector (prior to 2002 dismantling, oldest operable major planetarium projector in the world!) and the 10-inch Siderostat-type Refractor Telescope. More information: < http://www.planetarium.cc > or 412-561-7876.

Mt. Lebanon Public Library < http://www.mtlebanonlibrary.org/ > or 412-531-1912.






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