Let me start by saying that “17 places” to watch this year’s total solar eclipse in Oregon is a little misleading. .
On Aug. 21, there will be a total solar eclipse visible across the entire continental United States in a very narrow swath. The rest of the country will see .
Scientists and people living in North America are abuzz over the total solar eclipse that’s expected to take place on August 21 this year. It’s the first total sun eclipse .
Americans from coast to coast will have the opportunity to see one of the most spectacular celestial sights on the face of the Earth this summer when a total solar .
Darkness settles in. The soft colors of morning quickly dampen and shadows sharpen. As you look up, the sun transforms into a black hole, winter constellations appear, .
It is the most spectacular thing you will ever see. Once you see it, you will never forget it, ” Astronomy magazine senior editor Michael Bakich promises viewers of .
A mighty darkness is about to descend upon the land, and sky watchers couldn’t be more thrilled. On Aug. 21 the Earth, sun and moon will blow our minds .
That's the plan in the Siuslaw National Forest, at least, where rangers will require special parking permits to access two prominent locations - Marys Peak and Mt. Hebo .
On Monday, Aug. 21, in the middle of the day, the sky will go dark. The temperature will suddenly get several degrees colder. Birds will stop chirping .
On August 21, the sun will disappear for a short time. For a swath of the country from Portland, Oregon, to Charleston, South Carolina, it will .