CSIRO watches the Transit of Venus

CSIRO’s a big organisation – it has 56 sites in Australia and overseas. But I’d guess that at most of them people engaged in the same activity at some stage today – watching the Transit of Venus.

Below is a gallery of images from our staff around the country. Enjoy.

And if you were clouded in? I hope you were able to catch one of the live streams on-line. Alternatively – for a more philosophical approach – remind yourself that clouds aren’t that bad anyway, really.

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