The path of totality of the August 21, 2017, solar eclipse, will sweep across the United States from coast to coast for the first time in 99 .
Sky-watchers can expect a jam-packed cosmic lineup set to grace February skies. From eclipses of the sun and moon to meteors and planets galore, there are definitely plenty of .
On Aug. 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible from the contiguous United States for the first time since 1979. Sky watchers in North America and Hawaii will .
As the Upstate's early pioneers and Native Americans went about their workdays on June 24, 1778, they were treated — and no doubt shocked — by a total .
A Gallatin County teacher does her part to inform people about the total solar eclipse in August by making a commercial that has caught on with lots of people. .
The Lexington County Blowfish announced today their 2017 season-long campaign to promote the first transcontinental Total Eclipse in 99 years and the once of a lifetime view from Lexington County, .
If you follow space/astronomy news at all, you’ve likely heard about the 2017 eclipse. Or perhaps this is the first you’re hearing about it. Either way, it’s an .
The last time a total solar eclipse was visible to most of the continental U.S., Richard Nixon was president and the Beatles had just released ‘Let It Be’ in .
On August 21, 2017, the moon will cast its shadow across most of North America, with a narrow path of totality tracing from Oregon to South Carolina. .
The year 2017 is expected to see the "eclipse of the century" over North American skies in August, with a total solar eclipse over an hour and a half .