When I heard that Venus transited the Sun in 2004 and will again in 2012, I wanted to know more.  A friend explained that a transit is like an eclipse, in that Venus ‘stood’ between the Earth and Sun.  During its journey a solar wind blew from the Sun to Venus, to Earth, blowing with it Venusian rocks, soil, particles and bacteria. We actually have pieces of Venus on earth!

With this in mind, I took a walk conscious that I was breathing in and walking on pieces of Venus.  How amazing is that!

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Venus can often be seen near the moon and is the second brightest natural object in the night sky. This sister planet reaches its maximum brightness shortly before sunrise and shortly after sunset. Venus is the only planet in the Solar System that rotates clockwise. All the other planets turn counter-clockwise.

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