Total Solar Eclipse 2017 - On Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Anyone within the path of totality can see one of nature’s most awe inspiring sigh. This article has info on how the eclipse changes and why.
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. This article contains myths about the solar eclipse that have been passed on from decades ago.
Watch a live video stream of the 2017 total solar eclipse on Space.com or learn where you can see the eclipse in person (and at what times). This video has LIVE footage of the eclipse on the path of totality.
Here’s a glimpse at the way that civilizations around the world have understood solar eclipses, and used them to reinforce cultural norms and values. And other myths.
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. A CNN website with reliable facts.
On Aug. 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will darken the skies from Oregon to South Carolina. Here's what you need to know about this rare celestial show. Space.com is a website that shows you what you need to have in order to watch the eclipse safely.
A total solar eclipse happens somewhere on Earth once every year or two. What is an eclipse? This is a question that is asked and answered in this National Geographic video along with other solar eclipse related questions.