The countdown is on for a solar eclipse next August. People across southern Illinois are preparing for a twice in a lifetime event, getting ready for not one but .
In a little over a year, a huge portion of the United States will get that chance with the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017. .
It’s more than a year away, but everyone from hoteliers to campground hosts, wineries to chambers of commerce and city halls are getting ready for the total solar .
In the Navajo tradition, an eclipse is an intimate act between the sun and the moon. The Navajo believe it is best to stay inside, giving the lovers .
Manager Jenny Shaw’s phone has been ringing off the hook at the Historic Hotel Prairie in Prairie City. It’s a little over a year away, but an August 21, .
The eclipse is coming, the eclipse is coming! .
It's a year away, but it's never too early to prepare for a rare total solar eclipse and this one is going to sweep over the entire United States .
Researchers are asking Corvallis citizen scientists to help produce movie content during the 2017 total solar eclipse. .
The path of the August 21, 2017 eclipse, during which the moon blocks the sun, will take it across a small sliver of Iowa as it zips .
In August of next year, a stunning rarity will make serious waves across Oregon, and especially the coast. A total solar eclipse will happen on August 21, .