If you haven’t already, you might want to mark your calendars for six months from today, and make a special notation for oh, say, early afternoon, .
with only six months to go before one of the most anticipated solar eclipses in a lifetime, the University of California, Berkeley, and Google are looking for .
On Aug. 21, 2017 — six months from Tuesday — the moon will slip between the sun and Earth, casting a shadow that will create the first full .
Six months from today, millions of Americans will watch the sun darken during a rare coast-to-coast eclipse – and it’s not too early to get into the spirit of .
The eclipse will take place on Monday, February 26, and will leave a halo of light surrounding the sun as normal sunlight it blocked out. Unfortunately, we won't .
More than 12 million people - from Oregon to South Carolina - live on the path of darkness that the Moon will cut as it sweeps in front of the .
The ancient Chinese believed a dragon was swallowing the sun. Vikings blamed sky wolves. And a native tribe in western Canada saw the mouth of heaven opening to consume the flaming ball. Nowadays, .
In just six months, Americans will have the opportunity to experience the first total eclipse of the sun in nearly four decades. On Aug. 21, the "Great American .
On Aug. 21, parts of the country will be able to see a 100 percent solar eclipse -- where the moon moves directly in front of the midday sun, .
The first total solar eclipse in the continental United States in nearly 40 years takes place on Aug. 21, 2017. Beyond providing a brilliant sight in the daytime sky, .