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It will next occur in November 2032 


Prepare for an uncommon galactic arrangement on November 11, as planet Mercury passes legitimately among Earth and the sun - an occasion known as Mercury travel. 

It happens when Mercury passes legitimately between the sun and a predominant planet, getting unmistakable against (and subsequently darkening a little segment of) the sun powered circle. During travel, Mercury shows up as a small dark speck moving over the plate of the sun. At the point when Mercury travels the sun, you can consider it to be a minor dark speck outlined against the sun's circle. 

After the travel, the following will be in November 2032. An average travel keeps going a few hours. 

Since Mercury is just 1/194 of the sun's clear measurement, a telescope with an amplification of 50x or more is prescribed to watch this divine occasion. The telescope must be appropriately furnished with sufficient filtration to guarantee safe sun based survey. 

The Dubai Astronomy Group will arrange an occasion to watch this uncommon cosmic arrangement at Al Thuraya Astronomy Center from 4pm. 

The gathering's CEO Hasan Al Hariri said individuals should be cautious while watching it. "Outrageous alert ought to be taken to guarantee that nobody takes a gander at sun through the eyepiece without channels. In any event, contacting the eyepiece can be agonizing, as it will quickly turn out to be incredibly hot. Additionally take care not to pass your hand near the eyepiece, with the end goal that the daylight is engaged onto it. This can cause agonizing consumes in a moment." 

Rules and regulations: 

> Don't ever take a gander at the sun without appropriate eye insurance 

> Don't see the sun through shades of any kind (single or different matches), or channels produced using photographic film, or any mix of photographic channels, crossed polarisers or gelatin channels, CDs, CD-ROMs, or smoked glass. None of these are sheltered. 

> Don't fit any channel to a telescope without first checking it completely for harm. On the off chance that it is scraped, scratched, has pinholes in it, or you have any different questions about it whatsoever, don't utilize it 

> View sun just through unique channels made for safe sun oriented review. Guarantee they are intended to be fitted safely to the sort of instrument you have.

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