It's an event that should bring us all together, so don't mess it up.
They happen about once every 18 months
Some drawings to explain the August eclipse's trajectory.
Astronomers still have no clue what's causing this star's weird behavior
NASA's IRIS mission publishes its first observations.
Citizen scientists, assemble.
Watch a time-lapse here
Don't worry, it's not rocket science.
Even partial eclipses can be exciting.
Experience over two minutes of glorious darkness.
It's both chance and certainty. And there's something kind of beautiful about that.
Popular Science on eclipses in Sumatra, Spain, and Hawaii.
Tune in Friday at 4:30 a.m. ET to watch the moon eclipse the sun
Excerpt: Mask of the Sun
If you're in Northern Canada, you'll get the best view.
One of our writers went all the way to the remote Faroe Islands to get the best view of the event
Don't fry your eyeballs with counterfeits.
A magnificent flare, with a magnitude of 6.7. Plus, see our favorite Sun pics ever
It's amazing what centuries of data can do.
The evidence is right in front of you.
Fifty times the size of Jupiter.
Okay, it's really just an eclipse.
What is going on with my moon?
You map, IMAP, we all map.