The Mercury transit views begin on November 11, at 1200 UTC (7 am ET) and end at 1845 UTC (1:45 pm ET).
This event, when something passes directly in front of the Sun, is called a transit, and for Mercury it happens only about 13 times in a century. Transits of Venus are even more rare.
After Monday, the next transit of Mercury will occur in 2032.
Top image: The black dot of Mercury crosses the sun’s disk in a composite image made during the last Mercury transit in 2016. Credit NASA
Mercury Transit 2019 LIVE Stream:
Canary Islands Transit of Mercury Stream:
Mercury Transit from Griffith Observatory:
You can also observe the transit here: