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Wednesday, June 09, 2004
Transit of Venus and Serena
Willesden astronomers were the first to discover the transit of Venus's sister planet, Serena, which occurred unnoticed by other observers today, at the same time as the transit of Venus. The smaller Serena can just be made out near the top of this exclusive picture* taken through the massive redundant array 5-inch telescope, with beta-ray-ban filter.
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