Thirty-one outreach projects in 21 states are receiving mini-grants up to $5, 000 from the American Astronomical Society (AAS) to prepare the public for this year’s most anticipated celestial spectacle .
Some things stand out best when the lights are dimmed. On August 21, 2017 nature will turn down Earth’s brightest light of all, when the shadow from a .
While the total solar eclipse in August is still months away, some WNC communities are already announcing festivals and watching events, and eclipse-watchers are buying up rentals on .
On Aug. 21, a swath of the USA will plunge into darkness during a continent-wide total solar eclipse. The zone of totality, where stars could briefly come out .
Calling all sky-watchers and eclipse-chasers for this rare summer spectacle. .
Chester students will be staying in school later than usual on Aug. 21 to witness the first total solar eclipse seen in the U.S. since 1979. That change is part of .
Mid-Missouri residents will soon get a rare view of an out-of-this-world event. We are 175 days away from the total solar eclipse of 2017, and the August 21st event is .
Ready for the “Great American Eclipse?” We’re now less than six months out from the long-anticipated total solar eclipse spanning the contiguous United States from coast-to-coast. And while folks are .
Scientists and armchair astronomers nationwide will get the chance to see a total solar eclipse, marking the first time the phenomenon has occurred from coast-to-coast since 1918. This will .
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, .