SS: if you missed the 2004 Venus Transit then you missed the first half of the 2004 – 2012 Venus Transit .. it is ok i have some data so we all can remember .. what happen in June 8th, 2004 Venus Transit we doing it again in June 06th, 2012 Venus Transit .. it is because all Venus Transits always come in pairs and the  second half happens to be part of the Secret Order Venus Astral Eclipse Sequence will close with Venus Transit and benu bird alignment.

The 2004 Transit of Venus The transit or passage of a planet across the face of the Sun is a relatively rare occurrence. As seen from Earth, only transits of Mercury and Venus are possible. On average, there are 13 transits of Mercury each century. In contrast, transits of Venus occur in pairs with more than a century separating each pair.

No living person has seen a transit of Venus because the most recent one occurred in 1882. This situation is about to change since Venus will transit the Sun on Tuesday, 2004 June 08. The entire event will be widely visible from the Europe, Africa and Asia as shown in the map in Figure 1 (Low Res or High Res). Japan, Indonesia, the Philippines and Australia will witness the beginning of the transit but the Sun will set before the event ends. Similarly, observers in western Africa, eastern North America, the Caribbean and most of South America will see the end of the event since the transit will already be in progress at sunrise from those locations.

Astronomers scared of ever-brightening star June 1, 2004 – 10:41AM Julius Caesar might have said he was as constant as the northern star, but it wasn’t much of a boast. Over the past two millennia, the star Polaris has brightened by 250 per cent, astronomers announced today. And they can’t explain why. “It should not be getting that bright that fast,” said Edward Guinan, an astronomer at Villanova University in Pennsylvania. “It’s not behaving as expected. It’s kind of scary.”