T-minus five months: The biggest and best solar eclipse in American history arrives five months from today.
“It is the most spectacular thing you will ever see. Once you see it, you will never forget it,” Astronomy magazine senior editor Michael Bakich promises viewers of the first total solar eclipse to cross the United States in 38 years. To celebrate, Bakich is planning “the biggest event on Earth”...
A mighty darkness is about to descend upon the land, and sky watchers couldn’t be more thrilled. On Aug. 21 the Earth, sun and moon will blow our minds during a total solar eclipse that will last a little more than an hour and 33 minutes, coast to coast. The celestial bodies will line up to block...
Tens of millions of people are expected to cram into a narrow path, from Oregon to the Carolinas, to see the remarkable event.
On August 21st, a total solar eclipse will be visible to mainland America. Find out why it is drawing giddy excitement from the public, as well as astronomy gurus.
Satellite photos provide a stunning view of this week's "ring of fire" solar eclipse
On Aug. 21, a swath of the USA will plunge into darkness during a total solar eclipse.
If you haven't already booked your solar eclipse travel for August 21, fear not.
Travelers are booking trips to see the solar eclipse and the Northern Lights.
The moon passed between Earth and the sun on Sunday morning.
The full effects of Sunday's solar eclipse in your sign will take a few days to settle in, though remember -- you're not drifting. Your life is on course, and you'll stay on course for as long as you... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves for full links, other content, and more!
A "ring of fire" eclipse will be visible from the Southern Hemisphere on Sunday morning, although anyone can catch the spectacle live via the space site Slooh.com. Sunday's solar phenomenon is known as an annular eclipse. It happensShow More Summary
Today the Sun and Moon form a conjunction in Pisces: a new Moon, and also a partial solar eclipse. It's been two weeks since we experienced the Leo Full Moon and lunar eclipse. It's possible that... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves for full links, other content, and more!
The annular solar eclipse, which will leave just a sliver of sun shining behind the moon, will be visible from the southern hemisphere Sunday. Here's how to watch, even if you're outside its path.
In the morning hours of Sunday Feb. 26, the sun and moon will come together to create a ring of fire. Read more...
This Eclipse taking is taking us all to the very depths of our souls. What will surface will be different for everyone. It will be whatever needs to come up for healing and in my case it is PTSD due to childhood trauma. I feel strongly guided on by our Blessed Mother for this portion of the journey, thanks to the... Read More
Known as an annular eclipse, it occurs when the moon moves in between the sun and the Earth but is too far to completely block the sun as it would during a total solar eclipse.