Nasa is broadcasting the transit of Venus live:
In the early 1600's mankind actually figured out the distance to Venus, and indeed the size of the entire Universe, during the event that is about to occur...but that is a long story for another day. For now...people around the world are gathered once again to watch this incredible event, which will be broadcast live by NASA.
The Venus transit is also the beginning of a new cycle, one which heralds the return of the Divine Feminine, according to New Age beliefs. Thousands of people around the world will be meditating on world peace, love, and abundance for all. If you are interested in joining the video link above provides times for each specific time zone.
Here is another link to watch the Venus transit from Keck University.
The live stream of the June 5, 2012, Venus Transit from the summit of Mauna Kea. Begins at approximately 11:30 am Hawaii time (2:30 pm PDT, 5:30 pm EDT, UT -10).
This from Facebook group Sun Gazing:
"The Transit of Venus:
Will be broadcasting live at Facebook Sun Gazing
Return of the Divine Feminine, of Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love...
6-5-2012, 5:30pm EST.
Every so often, the planet Venus does something remarkable. This is your chance to see it. . .
A transit of Venus across the Sun takes place when the planet Venus passes directly between the Sun and Earth, becoming visible against (and hence obscuring a small portion of) the solar disk. During a transit, Venus can be seen from Earth as a small black disk moving across the face of the Sun. The duration of such transits is usually measured in hours (the transit of 2004 lasted six hours). A transit is similar to a solar eclipse by the Moon. While the diameter of Venus is almost four times that of the Moon, Venus appears smaller, and travels more slowly across the face of the Sun, because it is much farther away from Earth.
Transits of Venus are among the rarest of predictable astronomical phenomena. They occur in a pattern that repeats every 243 years, with pairs of transits eight years apart separated by long gaps of 121.5 years and 105.5 years. The periodicity is a reflection of the fact that the orbital periods of Earth and Venus are close to 8:13 and 243:395 commensurabilities.
The next transit of Venus will occur on 5 and 6 June 2012, and will be the last Venus transit this century; the prior transit took place on 8 June 2004. The previous pair of transits were in December 1874 and December 1882. After 2012, the next transits of Venus will be in December 2117 and December 2125."