Get your solar viewer ready!
A century ago, an eclipse proved Einstein right—and altered our understanding of the universe.
On August 21st, millions of Americans stopped what they were doing and looked up. Science Friday was there.
Scientists have been spending years preparing experiments for two minutes of darkness. Here’s what they’ll be observing.
The solar eclipse provides an opportunity for scientists to study the sun’s atmosphere and polar plumes.
Just three weeks remain before this rare and spectacular event. Are you ready?
NASA Eclipse Ballooning Project hopes to livestream the solar eclipse from weather balloons across the country.