Solar eclipse of October 14, 2023
On Oct. 14, an epic 'ring of fire' annular solar eclipse will swoop across North America, providing once-in-a-lifetime views for several states. Here’s how to watch, no matter where you are.
A stunning composite image of the sun during a recent 'hybrid eclipse' in Australia is further proof that solar activity is ramping up.
From my viewpoint in the Exmouth Gulf of Western Australia, the solar eclipse's totality brought a colossal corona and a dramatic drifting diamond ring.
A rare hybrid solar eclipse will appear over Oceania and Southeast Asia on Thursday, April 20. Here's what it means and how to watch it.
The mysterious Antikythera mechanism, thought by some to be the world's first computer, was first "started up" on Dec. 22, 178 B.C., archaeologists have now found.
A partial solar eclipse on Oct. 25 looked like an epic ring of fire when viewed by NASA's Hinode satellite, new footage reveals.
On Tuesday, Oct. 25, half the world saw the moon's shadow creep over the surface of the sun in the year's last partial solar eclipse.
The moon will block out the sun across Europe, north Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia
An ancient astronomical calculator known as the Antikythera mechanism was used to predict both solar and lunar eclipses, research shows.
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