On June 5th, 2012, the Transit of Venus will be seen for the last time in our lifetime. This rare event will not be visible again until 2117. The Sun-Earth Day and NASA EDGE Teams will bring this transit to the world from the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. During a live webcast, the transit will be shown in high definition video through H-alpha, Calcium-K, and White Light telescopes. The transit is 6.5 hours long, and coverage will consist of video of the transit, interviews with scientists and Native Hawaiians, and question and answer sessions. Videos will also be shown that highlight transit science and history, as well as the history and culture of Hawaii. Resources and additional information can be found at http://1.usa.gov/H1raix. For additional information, contact Elaine Lewis.