CLEVELAND - Thousands watched the transit of Venus live at Edgewater Park in Cleveland Tuesday but they didn’t see it quite like this.
That’s because NASA has released new higher resolution video of the event that won’t happen again for 105 years.
The images were captured by NASA’s high-tech spacecraft and are eight times better resolution than a high-definition television.
People watching it in person used special sunglasses and telescopes to try to see the transit.
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