Nearly three decades have elapsed since a total solar eclipse has been visible on the North American continent, but in 2017 the drought will be over. A total solar eclipse .
Retired NASA astrophysicist Fred Espenak knows so much about eclipses that he’s earned the nickname, “Mr. Eclipse.” Espenak will deliver the Bullitt Lecture in Astronomy at the University of .
Casper City Staff continue preparing for the 2017 solar eclipse. Eclipse Festival Staff hosted "Success On The Center Line" in downtown Casper. .
There’s now a better place to observe the upcoming solar eclipse. Workers at Southern Illinois University Carbondale recently finished laying 10 concrete pads at SIU’s Dark Site —an observatory spot .
Next year a total solar eclipse will appear over the continental U.S. for the first time in a century. In “Sun Moon Earth, ” Tyler Nordgren previews the heavenly performance. .
On Aug. 21, the first total solar eclipse over the U.S. mainland since 1979 will reach its point of greatest duration a few miles south of Carbondale, totaling .
One of the most amazing sights in astronomy is a total solar eclipse! Have you ever seen one? Probably not; as they are quite rare and you need to be in an .
Millions of Americans will get the rare opportunity next summer to experience a total solar eclipse. On August 21, 2017, the moon will pass in front of the sun .
In less than a year, a long-awaited total solar eclipse, perhaps the most beautiful sight in nature, will make landfall in Oregon, crossing 14 states in .
The "Great American Total Solar Eclipse" to take place within a year. Enthusiasts who have been waiting to witness the greatest astronomical phenomena will have to wait till Aug. 21, .