Architects in Sydney, Australia have found a way to light up a part of the city that was once perpetually dark, hidden from the sun by tall buildings. They've done it by capturing the sunshine, and bouncing it between buildings with an architectural device called a heliostat. Lester Ranby reports.
The Solar Dynamics Observatory, an incredibly advanced spacecraft designed to study the sun, collected images of the rarest predictable solar event, the transit of Venus across the face of the sun. Check it out!