On August 21, 2017 a total eclipse of the sun will be visible from a narrow corridor crossing the United States. It will be the first total solar eclipse .
While 2017 will bring a typical array of meteor showers and distant planet sightings, the most dramatic celestial event of the year won't be at night. .
Thanks to some timely NSF support, the American Astronomical Society is offering dozens of small grants to U.S. groups that offer outreach programs tied to the 2017 solar eclipse. .
The city of Carbondale is committing $50, 000 for a two-day outdoor music festival that will be held the weekend before this summer's total solar eclipse. The Southern Illinoisan reports the .
On Aug. 21, 2017, the "Great American total solar eclipse" will treat skywatchers across the continental United States as the moon passes before the Sun .
It’s been a rough 2016 on Earth so I wanted to share (just some of) my reasons why I think we should celebrate New Years as 2017 is looking incredibly .
On Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, a total eclipse will cross the entire country, coast-to-coast, for the first time since 1918. Weather permitting, the entire .
One of the year's best meteor showers peaked Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. And you probably didn't see it. Even if you got lucky with a break in the clouds, .
People all over the country are already planning ways to watch the total solar eclipse that will cast the shadow of the moon across America in August 2017. .
REXBURG — While the Aug. 21, 2017, Total Solar Eclipse is more than eight months away, preparations are well underway to accommodate the thousands of people expected .