Travel to the ends of the Earth to experience a special — but risky — total solar eclipse in Antarctica.
Here’s everything you need to know about the first of South America's two total solar eclipses within 18 months.
There’s a simple rule for anyone searching for a dark sky; go somewhere others are not. The spread of LED lighting in North America over the past decade or so has worsened light pollution and skyglow in many previously dark locations. However, the vastness of the U.S. means there are…
Look for these astronomical and Earthbound phenomena during the total solar eclipse on August 21st.
Buzz Aldrin experienced totality twice in space — once on Gemini XII, then on Apollo 11. Next up: Idaho.
Think the total solar eclipse is "sold out"? Think again — and grab your camping gear. Private campsites and RV parks within the long path of totality are still available for those willing to travel.