Originally published on Planetsave.com. Several months in advance of the March 20, 2015, total solar eclipse, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) began evaluating the risk to Europe’s power grid. Show More Summary
Last month, the Moon passed in front of the Sun… if you happened to be in just the right place on our planet. Not many were, but we still got some lovely photos of the event. My friend Tunç Tezel was eyewitness to it, and he took a lot of photos. Show More Summary
There were only two places in the world from which this year’s total solar eclipse could be seen on land. One was Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago north of the Arctic Circle, and the other was the Faroe Islands, which lie halfway between Scotland and Iceland. Show More Summary
On March 20, 2015 the stars aligned to produce four simultaneous events that will never again coincide during the life of human civilization. The first three, the vernal equinox, a total solar eclipse and a new supermoon, were brought to us by the stars themselves, and the fourth one was thrown out there by the […]
Michael König's Sun is a spectacular time lapse compilation of our star from the Solar Dynamics Observatory from 2011 to 2015. It includes fantastic clips of solar activity, coronal rain, plasma eruptions, planet flybys, eclipses and more in jaw dropping clarity that you feel like it's alive, in an omnipotent God-like burning orb sort of way. Read more...
A bit of a cosmic tilt was experienced from last month’s energetic aspects of the Uranus/Pluto square and the solar/lunar eclipses. Mars also shifted from the fiery speed of Aries, into steady Taurus, which is currently encouraging patience, determination and real ‘oomph’ from our creative efforts. Show More Summary
Millions of people across Europe and the UK were recently treated to the awesome sight of a spectacular solar eclipse. The Department of Awesome Natural Phenomena is delighted to share these photos showing the marvelous event from aShow More Summary
Enjoy solar eclipses while you can! In about 650 million years, they won't be able to happen anymore.
From solar eclipse to solar leader: new report on global utility scale solar investment highlights US investors NRG Energy, MidAmerican Big Money Bets On Utility-Scale Solar — But We Still Heart Distributed Solar was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
The spectacular wonder of the shortest lunar eclipse of the century and a total solar eclipse with a ring of fire
What will happen, where and when, and how to watch tomorrow's eclipse safely - as well as what scientists might learn from it...
Umbraphiles in the UK saw the biggest solar eclipse in 16 years, but the European Space Agency beat the clouds and got a spectacular view from space...
The first total lunar eclipse of 2015 will begin Saturday, April 4th at 6:16 a.m. EDT (3:13 a.m. PDT). You’ll want to be prepared; totality will last just four minutes and forty-three seconds (!), making this weekend’s total lunar eclipse the shortest of the 21st Century. Here’s how to make the most of the experience. Read more...
Last week's eclipse put power grids to the test as solar output dipped and then rose suddenly, but no major problems were reported
Last week's total solar eclipse spawned many amazing photographs and videos, including this shot of stunt biker Danny MacAskill tearing down a hill on the Isle of Skye as the moon eclipsed the sun. Unlike another viral photo of the eclipse, this one's not a fake. Read more...
I have friends who tell me that seeing a total solar eclipse is literally life-changing; the serene beauty and majestic clockwork motion of the cosmos unfolding above you is transformative, showing you viscerally the connection between you and other objects in the Universe. I wouldn’t know. Show More Summary
On Friday March 20th a Solar Eclipse plunged Europe into darkness. Photographer Rutger Pauw teamed up with Danny MacAskill to capture the moment on Danny’s homeland, the Isle of Skye in Scotland. With just one small window of opportunity to … Continue reading ?
We though we'd seen the best of the solar eclipse images, but this video — unearthed by Reddit — has been hiding out on YouTube, saving the absolute best for last. Read more...
We don’t get to witness a solar eclipse very frequently, so when one is scheduled to happen and you want to photograph it, you have to be willing to put in the footwork to make it happen. For some firsthand experience on the matter, check out this quick video from RedBull. The behind the scenes [...]Show More Summary
Danny MacAskill is awesome and so is this photo Photography and mountain bikes are two things I'm supremely nerdy about, so when I saw photographer Rutger Pauw's shot of Danny MacAskill sending a gnarly drop in front of a massive solar...Show More Summary