For those unable to visit a spot on the 3,000-mile-long, 70-mile-wide path of totality, you’re in luck. In partnership with NOVA, NewsHour will be streaming the solar eclipse event all afternoon.
By Nsikan Akpan
Self-described 'shadow lovers' -- like photographer Mark Bender -- chase eclipses all over the globe, in part because they say the awe-inspiring experience is spiritual.
By Lesley McClurg, KQED Science
If you plan to join the 5,000-year-old tradition of eclipse watching next Monday, here are five things you need to remember.
By Nsikan Akpan, Julia Griffin
A total solar eclipse captivated millions of people in parts of Asia and the Pacific last night.
By Corinne Segal
By Larisa Epatko
Last night, skygazers enjoyed a celestial treat: a total eclipse of a supermoon -- a moon at its closest point to Earth in its orbit. The ruddy orb appeared larger than usual in the nighttime sky.
By PBS NewsHour
Sunday night, the sun, earth and a full moon will be in a straight line, making the moon, which is in its closing point of orbit, appear much brighter than usual. This phenomenon, referred to as "supermoon" total lunar eclipse,…
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
On Sunday evening, starting around 8:45pm there will be a full eclipse of the moon right when it is at the perigee of its orbit, the point closest to the Earth. This will lead to what is being called a…
By Nathalie Boyd
On Friday the moon will slide between the earth and the sun creating a total solar eclipse that only part of the world can see. How else can you watch this rare event? Try online.
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