SDO’s view of a lunar transit in different wavelengths of light on Jul 26 https://t.co/vSr7vKAYcD #lunartransit #transit #sun #moon #nasa
— Observing Space (@ObservingSpace) July 26, 2014
Link to the 1080p HD video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAETgtGSfMo
Edit: The lunar transit is over. A video will be posted soon.
Today, between 10:57-11:42 a.m. EDT, you will be able to see a brief lunar transit via NASA’s SDO. The lunar transit is not visible anywhere on Earth except from the perspective of SDO. The moon will cover a small portion near the sun’s southwestern limb.
You can watch the lunar transit as it happens in the SDO images below.