On August 21 of this year, people living in the United States will be treated to a total solar eclipse the likes of which hasn't been seen here in .
It’s a solar event that hasn’t been seen in the U.S. since 1979, but in August, it will be visible in viewing areas across the country--and NASA will .
The total solar eclipse will take place on August 21 this year. On this day the moon will completely cover the sun, blocking out the sunlight and causing darkness .
If you haven’t marked your calendars yet, do it now: A complete solar eclipse takes place in North America on August 21. And people are booking prime viewing spots .
Americans will have a treat this coming summer, for the first total solar eclipse, in nearly 40 years, will pass through the continental United States, from .
Beaufort County students will begin next school year four days earlier than originally planned, following Tuesday night’s school board vote to take advantage of an exemption to state law .
T-minus five months: The biggest and best solar eclipse in American history arrives five months from today. .