Europe will experience a major solar eclipse event on the morning of 20 March. The eclipse of the sun by the moon to be seen across Europe will be the biggest solar eclipse event on the continent since August 1999.
A partial solar eclipse, like the one happening this Thursday, will not be visible from across the entire US again until the year 2023. Since the next one is nearly a decade away, you'll want to get the most out of this one.
Residents and tourists in Australia came out in mass to view the last total solar eclipse visible in the country until 2028. Another total solar eclipse will not be visible anywhere in the world until 2015.
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On May 20, millions of people in the western region of the United States and the eastern part of Asia will get to see an extraordinary show. The solar eclipse will block out most of the sun and appear as a ring of fire.
A NASA spacecraft has captured footage of Tuesday's partial solar eclipse. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured images of the new Moon crossing part of the Sun's face in a partial eclipse that was visible only from space.
This Tuesday (Jan 4) promises to be an exciting day on the celestial calendar. First, the Quadrantid Meteor Shower reaches its peak during the hours just before dawn. It promises to be among the best displays all year with 100 meteors expected every hour.
Easter Island, a remote small island in the South Pacific Ocean is the best and one of the very few locations in the Southern Hemisphere to watch a total eclipse of the sun taking place on July 11.