On Nov. 11, 2019 there was a transit of Mercury across the face of the Sun. This was at its ascending node. The previous transit was May 2016 and the next transit for Mercury will be in Nov. 2032 (but not visible from North America). At my location the transit was in progress at sunrise and I was able to view it once the sun had cleared some trees about an hour later. I managed to capture about two and a half hours of the transit. All images in this gallery were taken with the following equipment: a Celestron C80ED refracting telescope, a Pentax DSLR, a teleconverter and a Baader Solar Filter.