Gathering at Adler for transit of Venus
Hundreds of people gathered at the Adler Planetarium in downtown Chicago to get a glimpse of the silhouette of the planet Venus moving across the face of the Sun. Called the transit of Venus, the event won't happen again until the year 2117.
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Getting the right angle
Bodhi Coffee of Oak Park bends backwards while wearing glasses made for solar viewing as the 8-year old looks toward the sun during a free public observation of the transit of Venus at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago.