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A total solar eclipse was visible across a swath of Chile and Argentina yesterday. Tourists, locals, and scientists gathered to observe and study it.
A NASA satellite caught yesterday’s solar eclipse and a Category 4 hurricane at the same time — here’s the video
A total solar eclipse and a hurricane can be seen near each other in this footage from a GOES satellite, which is run jointly by NASA and NOAA.
A total solar eclipse will be visible on July 2 for the first time since 2017 — here’s how you can watch it anywhere in the world
On July 2, parts of Chile, Argentina, and the south Pacific Ocean will experience a total solar eclipse — the first such celestial event since 2017.
NASA partnered with the Exploratorium to offer a chance for the rest of the world to see the total solar eclipse via livestream on July 2, 2019.
Solar eclipses happen across the globe at least once a year. Not all of them appear over populated areas, but some may happen close to you.
The summer of 2018 continues to be a blockbuster for fantastic celestial events. On Saturday, some skywatchers will be treated to a partial solar eclipse.
The longest total lunar eclipse in a century happens this week — here’s the difference between a lunar and solar eclipse
A total lunar eclipse, or blood moon, will happen on July 27. Lunar eclipses and solar eclipses are essentially the reverse of one another; the difference is the relative positions of the Earth, sun, and moon.
Steve Mnuchin suggested he was too cool to watch the eclipse — but a new photo shows him eating it up
A newly released photo shows Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin watching the 2017 solar eclipse after he previously said he didn't "have any interest in watching the eclipse." He came under fire for using taxpayer money to fly to Kentucky that day, near the eclipse's path of totality.
While not in the path of totality, I found myself this past weekend on a homestead in the heart of central Pennsylvania.
Tucker Carlson said he was obviously joking when he praised President Donald Trump for looking at Monday's solar eclipse without protective eyewear.