While most people who make the trek to the path of totality for the Great American Eclipse next week will fix their gazes skyward as the heavenly spectacle unfolds, we suspect many will attempt to post a duck-face selfie with the eclipsed sun in the background. But at least one man will be feverishly tending to an experiment.
On a lonely hilltop in Wyoming, Dr. Don Bruns will be attempting to replicate a famous experiment.
On August 21, 2017, the continental USA will see its first total solar eclipse in 99 years. Here's the story you didn't know.
By now we've all heard the biggest news of 2017, fated in the heavens for eons before humanity's earliest ancestors walked the savannahs. There's an eclipse this August 21st, and it's carving a path right through these great United ...
The last time the contiguous U.S. saw a total eclipse was in 1979. Watch life unfold in McClatchy markets on the path of totality as the great solar eclipse of 2017 passes overhead. … Click to Continue »
Eyes skyward, millions of Americans were transfixed by the spectacle of a total solar eclipse midday Monday, as the moon’s shadow raced from coast to coast like a brush stroke across the canvas of the continent.