Monday, November 11, 2019
Live Streaming and Webcasts of the Transit of Mercury (12 November/11 November UT)
Sadly, Australia will not get to see it (we will get to see the next in 2032 though). However, there are any number of live web-casts you can follow.
While these are all at horrible times here in Australia, if you are a late stayer or an early riser, you can catch a rare event.
|Contact I||12:35:27||23:35 (11th)|
|Contact II||12:37:08||23:37 (11th)|
|Greatest Transit||15:19:48||02:19 (12th)|
|Contact III||18:02:33||05:04 (12th)|
|Contact IV||18:04:14||05:04 (12th)|
Time and date: https://www.timeanddate.com/live/
Royal Observatory: https://www.rmg.co.uk/discover/explore/when-is-the-next-transit-of-mercury