Greg Scheiderer would let neither wind nor rain nor Seattle’s clouds stop him from seeing the transit of Venus. It happened last June but Greg’s quest is still an exciting read at his blog, SeattleAstronomy.com. The journal is in two posts, and the payoff in the third. (And Greg has a day job at ScheidererPartners.com.) photo: Jan Herold
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