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This object was detected by the astronomical transit method.
Solar transit is only one of several types of astronomical transit.
The term transit or astronomical transit has three meanings in astronomy:
During a astronomical transit, Phobos can be seen from Mars as a large black disc rapidly moving across the face of the Sun.
The probe will monitor the brightness of stars, watching for the slight dimming that happens in regular intervals when planets Astronomical transit their primary sun.
The discovery was made using the astronomical transit method by the COROT program.
HAT-P-1b was detected by searching for astronomical transits of the parent star by orbiting planets.
It was cataloged as part of the SuperWASP mission and discovered by the astronomical transit method.
Currently the COROT spacecraft is searching for stellar luminosity variations due to Astronomical transit.
It was discovered in 2008, by the WASP survey, by astronomical transit across its parent star WASP-6.
Shortly afterward, an amateur astronomer named Edmond Lescarbault claimed to have seen Le Verrier's proposed planet Astronomical transit the Sun.
While at Hopkins, his astronomy duties consisted of caring for the astronomical transit instrument and the clocks in the little observatory behind the physics laboratory, and the 9.5-inch refractor in the dome of the laboratory roof.
In December 1859, Le Verrier received a letter from a French physician and amateur astronomer called Edmond Modeste Lescarbault, who claimed to have seen a astronomical transit of the hypothetical planet earlier in the year.
A 'astronomical transit of Mercury (planet) across the Sun' takes place when the planet Mercury comes between the Sun and the Earth, and Mercury is seen as a small black dot moving across the face of the Sun.
A 'astronomical transit of Mercury (planet) across the Sun as seen from Mars' takes place when the planet Mercury passes directly between the Sun and Mars, obscuring a small part of the Sun's disc for an observer on Mars.