Venus alignment on June 6, 2012
Talking about the geocentric system in an age of high technology is ridiculous, but it is from here, on Earth, June 6, 2012 we will be able to watch such a thing as a bottom connection. This alignment will involve three planetary bodies that are in the inner circle of the earth:
All three space bodies will be lined up in a row and will provide an unforgettable scene. To see this wonderful passage across the solar disk of the planet Venus yourself is enough to stock up with the special lenses or tinted glasses (for a super sharp-sighted people). Even though it is in some way solar eclipse, however, it is called the passage across the planet disk. Venus is far beyond the moon and in spite of its superior size inability to close the Sun with his body will look like a small dot.
The uniqueness of this phenomenon lies in the fact that the event occurs four times in 243 years. With that in one century, it occurs twice in the winter, and another double century in the summer. The system is as follows: 105.5 years – 8 years – 121.5 years – 8 years. This sequence will continue until 2846. Although the total number of years remains the same – 243 years – centennial intervals will be changed. The event has already occurred in 2004 and covered by mass media so people have some understanding of this phenomenon. This time is going to be the second phase of the hundred-year cycle.