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Coming Soon? A Solar Eclipse Near You - Scientific American

A solar eclipse darkens some region of Earth roughly every six months. Excitement is high for the August 21 total eclipse, which will cast a band of complete blackness across the U.S. from Oregon to South Carolina. If you live too far away to see it ...and more »

Indiana University experts available to comment on upcoming 2017 solar eclipse - IU Newsroom

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- A total eclipse of the sun will be visible across the continental United States on Aug. 21, which coincides with the first day of classes on every campus in the Indiana University system. Solar eclipses occur during the new moon ...and more »

10 alternative spots where you can watch the solar eclipse without big crowds - INSIDER

Make sure to cover your eyes. Thomson Reuters On August 21, millions of Americans will gather to watch the moon pass over the sun in the first solar eclipse to take place over the US in 38 years. Although the entire country, including Alaska and Hawaii ...and more »

High-Altitude Jets Offer Scientists Unique Vantage Point for Total Solar Eclipse - Seeker

Flying in a pair WB-57F jets at an altitude of over 50,000 feet, researchers will study the sun's corona and the surface of Mercury during the August 21 eclipse. By Samantha Mathewson, SPACE.com. Published On 07/31/2017. 2:56 PM EDT. Share on Facebook ...and more »

Travelling to the US to watch the solar eclipse? Cellphone coverage could be spotty - CBC.ca

If you're planning to travel to the U.S. and livestream next month's total solar eclipse, ​here's a thought: Keep your phone in your pocket, put on your paper shades and just enjoy the celestial wonder. The Aug. 21 solar eclipse, when passage of the ...and more »

#Eclipse2017: a guide to staring at the shadow of the sun - euronews

On August 21st a total solar eclipse will sweep across the United States from coast-to-coast. Now Reading: #Eclipse2017: a guide to staring at the shadow of the sun. #Eclipse2017: a guide to staring at the shadow of the sun. Share this article ...and more »

Total Eclipse of the Sun - The UCSB Current

On August 21, millions of people across the country will witness what UC Santa Barbara astrophysicist Andy Howell calls a “once in a lifetime” event: a total eclipse of the sun. The last eclipse of this magnitude — whose path remained completely ...and more »

Authorities Are Treating August's Solar Eclipse, a First in 99 Years, Like It's the End of the World - Newsweek

08_11_SolarEclipse_01 A reflected image of the sun is seen on a white board as kids look up to view the beginning a partial solar eclipse outside the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in San Diego, California on October 23, 2014. The total solar eclipse ...and more »

Don't be blindsided during the eclipse - Washington Post

For the first time in nearly a century, on Aug. 21, a total solar eclipse of the sun will be visible in parts of the contiguous United States. Depending on where you live, and provided the clouds don't interfere, you will see the sun partially or, if ...and more »

Last Ever Total Solar Eclipse Will Take Place in 600 Million Years as the Moon Recedes From Earth - Newsweek

solar eclipse A solar eclipse is seen from the beach on Indonesia's Ternate island in 2016. An intricate dance leads to a total solar eclipse. Beawiharta Beawiharta/Reuters. Share. Tech & Science Total Solar Eclipse NASA Astronomy. The total solar ...and more »