It's may still be a year away, but some cities in the Heartland aren't wasting any time getting ready for the total solar eclipse making its appearance in August .
On August 21, 2017 the United States will experience a solar eclipse. This eclipse will be the first one visible from the continental United States since the 20th century, .
North America will see its first total eclipse since 1979 in a year, and some people are planning ahead by booking hotel rooms. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon .
The Great American Total Solar Eclipse is one day that's to be missed by eclipse enthusiasts. Scheduled on August 21, 2017, here's everything there is to know about .
We're exactly one year away from the total solar eclipse that will be visible across Oregon, and while that might seem far off, you'd do well to start .
A year from now, day will turn into night across the United States. On August 21, 2017, for the first time since 1979, the shadow of a .
It's already being called the Great American Eclipse, and it's coming on August 21, 2017. For the first time in 38 years, the shadow of a total .
Would you like to see a total eclipse of the Sun? If so, do any friends or relatives live near the path of next summer's eclipse? If yes again, .
On August 21st, 2017 a Total Solar Eclipse will pass over a large portion of the United States with Carbondale experiencing almost three minutes of totality. As the .
It's probably no surprise to you that we at Sky & Telescope are paying a lot of attention to the total solar eclipse that will race across the United States .