The warnings are true: It's not a good idea to look at a solar eclipse without special eye protection.
Giraffes, spiders, and even whales have been seen changing their behavior when the sky goes dark during totality.
Solar eclipses are one of nature’s grandest events. What is a solar eclipse? How do they work? And when is the next one? We explain.
Total solar eclipses are slowly becoming rarer and shorter in duration. After more than four billion years of having them almost yearly, we're preparing for the final few percent our planet will ever
Solar eclipses were historically viewed as omens that bring about death and destruction and people in many ancient civilizations tried their best to understand and predict them.
There are four different types of solar eclipse, namely Partial eclipse, Annular eclipse, Total Eclipse and Hybrid Eclipse.
Total solar eclipse will travel coast-to-coast in U.S. for first time in 99 years Monday
With the cosmic event visible at midday, employers are likely to see a slowdown in productivity as workers sky-gaze
For the first time in 99 years, a total solar eclipse will occur across the entire continental United States, and NASA is preparing to share this experience of a lifetime on Aug. 21.
In less than a week, the sun will disappear -- for a short time. Here are some of the things you should know about the total solar eclipse happening August 21.