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NASA site about the transit of Venus. Lots of information about where you can view the event, how to view the transit safely and the history of previous transits.
Comprehensive site that covers everything about the transit of Venus, from historical transits to how to view and capture the transit.
Well designed site with good information from the University of Central Lancashire.
This site from the European Southern Observatory has lots of good information on this event.
Lots of information and details of how to observe this rare astronomical event which is going to happen in June 2012
Q & A site. Explains visibility of Moon (and Venus) in daytime sky.
A look at the way scientists are discovering exoplanets from the transit method to watching how stars wobble to observing exoplanets directly.
Play exoplanet hunters in this interactive from NASA and discover how Kepler searches for habitable exoplanets outside our solar system using the transit method. Requires flash.