Aug. 21, 2017, is a red-letter day for eclipse enthusiasts. On that date, the sun will be partially eclipsed over an immense area that includes all of .
Officials in Wyoming's Teton County are already setting up management plans to prepare for a crush of 40, 000 tourists, including people camping illegally, who are expected to .
Of all the minutes in a year, Teton County has its sights set on two — the ones that will have all eyes in the county staring directly at .
Around a year from now, the eyes of the world will be focused on St. Joseph to be the prime viewing spot for the most rare and anticipated phenomena. .
Astronomers say the area in and around Kearney and Ravenna will be one of the best places in all of North America to view the total solar eclipse set to .
One. More. Year. Quick; where will you be this time next year on August 21st, 2017? We’re now just one year out this weekend from a fine total solar .
On August 21st, 2017, the United States will experience a total solar eclipse on a path crossing the country from Oregon to South Carolina. .
I don’t often bicker with my brother, but this argument has occupied us for months. Idaho or Wyoming? Where are we going to see the upcoming total solar eclipse – .
In a little more than a year, sky watchers across the United States will have the opportunity to witness one of the most mesmerizing celestial events visible from Earth. .
With a total solar eclipse a year away, officials at Southern Illinois University Carbondale are marking the occasion and using it as an opportunity to educate the public and .