Mercury is about to travel across the sun for the last time until 2032. Here's how to watch the rare transit.

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· Mercury will glide across our view of the sun on November 11. The transit won't happen again until 2032. 
· To watch, you'll need a telescope or binoculars equipped with a certified solar filter to protect your eyes from damage. Don't ever look directly at the sun.
· Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming...

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