Solar eclipse of October 14, 2023
Even the president of the United States couldn't look away from the Great American Solar Eclipse.
A small plane en route to Madras, Oregon — a "hotspot" for eclipse watching — crashed on Saturday, killing one person.
Can you photograph the phenomenon with my cell phone or tablet? With a few caveats, the answer is "yes."
When it comes to total solar eclipses, "X" marks the spot for this college town, and excitement is building as people gear up for what's being heralded as the "Great American Solar Eclipse."
By pure cosmic coincidence, the town of Carbondale has found itself at the center of eclipse mania.
A Portland man who experienced permanent eye damage from looking at the sun during a solar eclipse in 1963 is now warning others not to make the same mistake he did.
If you want to do some science during the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 using nothing but your phone, consider contributing to the Eclipse Megamovie project.
A 12-year-old girl in Florida damaged her eyes by looking at the sun for 1 minute, according to a new report of the girl's case.
As potentially millions of Americans travel to see the total solar eclipse on Monday (Aug. 21), doctors are bracing for a spike in visits to emergency rooms.
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