Which planet is visible here? (photo taken from Earth)

Mercury
Venus
Mars
Jupiter
No transits of Mars or Jupiter could be seen from Earth, and Mercury is much smaller and much closer to the Sun, so it would be merely visible as tiny spot during its transit. The transit of Venus across the face of the sun is one of the rarest pre­dictable solar events. The last transit was in 2004 and the next will not happen until 2117.

Answers distribution

Mercury
Venus
Mars
Jupiter
answers
flagMalaysia
0%
80%
20%
0%
10
flagCanada
20%
66%
13%
0%
15
flagPakistan
31%
63%
5%
0%
19
flagthe United Arab Emirates
30%
61%
7%
0%
13
flagSwitzerland
21%
56%
8%
13%
23
flagAustralia
40%
54%
4%
0%
22
flagItaly
25%
56%
18%
0%
16
flagNorway
28%
50%
7%
14%
14
flagGermany
28%
48%
19%
3%
92
flagthe Philippines
23%
47%
19%
9%
21
flagthe United Kingdom
35%
46%
14%
2%
207
flagthe United States
39%
45%
7%
6%
241
flagIndia
43%
45%
5%
4%
172
flagFrance
40%
45%
9%
4%
22
flagthe Netherlands
31%
43%
12%
12%
16
flagSweden
31%
43%
25%
0%
16
flagPoland
39%
42%
12%
5%
5757
flagDenmark
20%
40%
40%
0%
10
flagUnknown
54%
33%
8%
2%
328
flagRepublic of Ireland
43%
25%
12%
12%
16

Gender

men38%
women41%
Mercury
47%
36%
Venus
38%
41%
Mars
8%
16%
Jupiter
5%
6%

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