To understand the sun at eclipse you need an artist's eye, finds Science Museum director Ian Blatchford
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.
A pioneering study has revealed the meteorological impact of the 2015 UK solar eclipse across three countries.
One year from now, America will see its first total solar eclipse since 1979. The next one won't happen until April 2024.
Next August, Americans will get best chance to see solar eclipse in their lifetimes.
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Total solar eclipse will be visible from a 60-mile band that runs through the center of Wyoming
Space enthusiasts as well as astronomers are getting excited for the biggest total solar eclipse happening next year.
The biggest and best total solar eclipse in American history is coming in August 2017.
I WON’T EVEN HAVE TO FLY MY LEARJET TO NOVA SCOTIA THIS TIME: One Year From Now, America Will See Its First Total Solar Eclipse Since 1979. It looks as if it will go right over my house.
Taber MacCallum and Jane Poynter witnessed the most affecting solar eclipse of their lives in 1992. That's because as they watched the Sun disappear behind the Moon’s shadow, they were also watching their oxygen supplies slipping aw...
The Royal Observatory in Greenwich has announced its shortlist for the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition. From nebulas and auroras through to starbursts and solar eclipses, these photographs will rekindle your sense of wonder. Read more...
Azura Quilalea Witness the annular solar eclipse on the tropical island of Azura Quilalea… Bekah Berge
Not sure how complete the overlap would be on this one, but if we took a solar eclipse as our diagram generator, I’m pretty sure you’d see a corona around this guy: The shooting in Baton Rouge took place as protesters and Republicans were arriving in Cleveland for the party’s national convention. Steve Thacker, 57, […]
In 2017, the "path of totality" of a solar eclipse will run exclusively—and entirely—across U.S. soil for the first time since the ink dried on the Declaration of Independence.
Watching space-time warp from a tiny island off West Africa.
After a solar eclipse last month, a fisher in Indonesia's Banggai island region found a female figure floating in the sea. He brought the figure to his remote village where some believed it to be a bidadari, a kind of angel. Police noticed...Show More Summary
Police in Indonesia investigating reports of an "angel" in a remote village discovered not a supernatural avatar of God's will but a blow-up doll. A fisherman found it floating around after a rare solar eclipse and, well, it's a mistake anyone could make: "The timing of the discovery led some to believe the doll had a divine provenance. Show More Summary
A wild NASA montage photo shows what last month's total solar eclipse "looked like" both from Earth and from space.