Transit of Venus from Neptune

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A transit of Venus from Neptune occurs when Venus appears to pass in front of the Sun as seen from Neptune.

The mutual inclination of the two orbits is 2.79°, and the synodic period is 226 days. There are 10, 11, or 12 transits of Venus occurring one synodic period apart, followed by a gap of 123 such periods.

Transits from 1884 to 2100[edit]

February 14, 1884
September 9, 1960
April 23, 1961
December 4, 1961
July 18, 1962
February 28, 1963
October 12, 1963
May 24, 1964
January 5, 1965
August 18, 1965
April 1, 1966
November 12, 1966
October 27, 2042
June 10, 2043
January 21, 2044
September 3, 2044
April 16, 2045
November 28, 2045
July 11, 2046
February 22, 2047
October 5, 2047
May 18, 2048
December 30, 2048

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