This image from NASA’s Hinode X-ray telescope shows Mercury in transit across the face of the sun in November 2006. There will be another transit by Mercury on Monday morning.
This image from NASA’s Hinode X-ray telescope shows Mercury in transit across the face of the sun in November 2006. There will be another transit by Mercury on Monday morning. NASA Courtesy
This image from NASA’s Hinode X-ray telescope shows Mercury in transit across the face of the sun in November 2006. There will be another transit by Mercury on Monday morning. NASA Courtesy

Mercury will move across sun Monday morning

May 06, 2016 04:05 AM

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