Every 18 months, a few places in the world experience a rare and stunning total solar eclipse. Although not everyone will have an opportunity to see this incredible display during .
Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area has opened the camping reservation system to accept early reservations for August 14 – August 23, 2017. A total solar eclipse .
On August 21, 2017, Nebraska will become one of the best locations to view a “once in a lifetime” occurrence, a total solar eclipse. The path of .
Imagine standing outside in the afternoon heat of a summer day when the world suddenly goes dark. The temperature drops 10 or 15 degrees, and when you look up .
IDAHO FALLS — Businesses in Idaho Falls and surrounding areas are beginning preparations for a rare event, the last one taking place in Idaho in 1979 — a total .
The big event is set for Aug. 21, 2017: The first total solar eclipse to go coast to coast in the U.S. in 99 years is now less than .
As a part of our ongoing feature "Enlightening The Eclipse: Countdown to 2017" we go to a community information planning meeting which was held on October 18th, 2016. .
Those that look to the stars for meaning will not have to look far on August 21, 2017. That's because the first total solar eclipse in the past 99 .
On Aug. 21, 2017, Americans will be able to witness a rare astrological phenomenon — a total solar eclipse. The last time one was visible in the United .
Don’t say you weren’t warned: Aug. 21, 2017, “may turn out to be the most popular vacation-day request in history, ” Michael E. Bakich writes in Discover magazine .