Where it is possible to see mercury is in the Sun on Monday? This event will broadcast many observatories in the world, we just need time to join the airwaves.
On Monday, you can see the rare sky show: the planet mercury will pass directly between Earth and the Sun. This is called a transit, and it occurs only 13 times in 100 years. The last transit of mercury took place in 2016, and only in 2023-m. the Transit will be visible in most parts of the world, including North and South America, Europe, Africa, West Asia and New Zealand. It will begin at 4:35 a.m. Pacific time, but if you don’t want to get up so early, don’t worry – the transit lasts about six hours, so you will have plenty of time to catch him later. Peak will occur at 7:20 a.m. Pacific time, when mercury is closer to the center of the Sun. When observed with binoculars and Amateur telescopes should always use a solar filter.
If you do not have access to a telescope, you can still follow the event online. In particular, The Solar Dynamics Observatory will show the transit in real time. Other observatories will also display videos, some can be viewed later in the record in open sources.