Venus has completed its transit across the sun, and if you missed it, lets hope you get to live forever because the next one won't happen again for another 105 years.
The transit is of huge historical importance, and its what enabled us to calculate our distance from the sun. The video, constructed by images recorded by the Solar Dynamics Observatory shows the transit in high definition. According to NASA:
"The videos and images displayed here are constructed from several wavelengths of extreme ultraviolet light and a portion of the visible spectrum. The red colored sun is the 304 angstrom ultraviolet, the golden colored sun is 171 angstrom, the magenta sun is 1700 angstrom, and the orange sun is filtered visible light. 304 and 171 show the atmosphere of the sun, which does not appear in the visible part of the spectrum."
There are tons of photos of it, so even if you missed the event live, you'll get to watch it, in a video below!