Solar eclipse of October 14, 2023
For many ancient cultures, eclipses of the sun and moon were something special — and something to be feared.
What do you do if your eclipse glasses haven't arrived, or have been recalled? Here are some other options for safely observing the eclipse.
If the moon typically rises in the east, why will the 2017 total solar eclipse begin in the west?
August 21, people living in the continental United States will be able to see a total solar eclipse.
Ancient stories and superstitions about eclipses can be found in every corner of the globe, but modern skywatchers aren't immune to misinformation about these celestial events.
The Great American Total Solar Eclipse will race across the U.S. on Aug. 21, 2017, casting a shadow over 21 of the country's National Parks coast to coast.
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